Aside

Thinking about it #6

“There is no greater sorrow than to recall, in misery, the time when we were truly happy.” – Dante Alighieri.

OR

“There is no greater consolation to sorrow than to recall, in misery, a time when we were truly happy.” – Rhino House (on a good day, heading downhill, with a following wind).

Sadly time proves only one of these aphorisms* to be valid; which do you hold to be the most truthful?

 

 

*aphorism
ˈafərɪz(ə)m/
noun
noun: aphorism; plural noun: aphorisms
1.  A pithy observation which contains a general truth.”the old aphorism ‘the child is father to the man’”
2.  A concise statement of a scientific principle, typically by a classical author.”the opening sentence of the first aphorism of Hippocrates”

 

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