Tuesday, February 7, 2012

As it was before the beginning, so shall it be in the end.

On The Meaning Of Life | HL Mencken | Letters Of Note | 01 February 2012:




What the meaning of human life may be I don’t know: I incline to suspect that it has none. All I know about it is that, to me at least, it is very amusing while it lasts. Even its troubles, indeed, can be amusing. Moreover, they tend to foster the human qualities that I admire most—courage and its analogues. The noblest man, I think, is that one who fights God, and triumphs over Him. I have had little of this to do. When I die I shall be content to vanish into nothingness.

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