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“One such nutter, Arthur Stace, used to run around the streets of Sydney scrawling the word Eternity everywhere totalled up, about half a million times.”
“In summary, The Emperor of Eternity is not strongly recommended, while The Architects of HIstory is a satisfying conclusion to the Klein arc but may not make much sense if you haven't hear both Colditz and Survival of the Fittest.”
“Eternity is eternity, and though you die here and now you will go on living somewhere else and hereafter.”
“Eternity is transcendence beyond life and death, beyond time.”
“When Blake claims that "Eternity is in love with the productions of time," one might, with enough ingenuity, imagine how this could be decoded as a moment in "the will to knowledge regarding sex" (65).”
“Having frequently in our mouths the name Eternity, we are apt to think we have a positive comprehensive idea of it, which is as much as to say, that there is no part of that duration which is not clearly contained in our idea.”
“And these two being put together, are that infinite duration we call Eternity: which, as we turn our view either way, forwards or backwards, appears infinite, because we still turn that way the infinite end of number, i.e. the power still of adding more.”
“As the French poet Andre Frenaud said: "Eternity is a long time, especially towards the end.”
“Likewise, they have but one legend or cultural myth: that of a continuum they call the Eternity of Joy.”
“If to-day we write the word Eternity in white chalk on a blackboard, and gazing at it try to recall what it used to signify, we shall find this exercise of the spirit most joyous.”
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