Recently I had the pleasure of a de profundis conversation about the perspective of Albert Camus on the myth of Sisyphus.
As I write these lines, I realise an analogy between the burden of thought ( as depicted with this creation) and the task of Sisyphus.
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It is almost common knowledge the various inspiring quotes concerning the importance of not giving up when met by a failure or defeat but to rise and move ahead. They even seem to amalgamate into the core of our society, directing our gaze upwards; as one of the possible origins of the Hellenic word for human, Anthropos, means:to look upwards.
Pick up your pieces and move forth. Yet, Continue reading /Συνέχεια ->