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6 Responses to “Episode 22: Walking In The Shadows of Nightmares”
Doesn’t reading this 2 years after it was originally written and not having to change anything to make it apt today depress you? It sure does me.
From Steve — you bet.
Chuck, Steve - think of the Chaos Theory, the butterfly and the storm
“ . . and I’ll admit that it’s a big regret, is that I wish it could somehow have meant more. I would have liked it if my life . . . my sacrifice, if you want to put it that way, would have made some kind of a difference. That would have been nice….”
“And one more thing, old man: You were wrong in what you said . . . Your life did matter. You made a difference. In fact, as things worked out, you made all the difference in the world.” Episode 47: I Can Still Remember Freedom, Part 2,3
think of the unbelievably intertwined nature of reality - you never know who’s reading - think of Nietzsche! Only 40 copies of the fourth part of Zarathustra were printed, by himself
but like Zach, sometimes you never learn what your impact is/was/will be - that doesn’t mean, that the imact itself is zero
That quote of Zarathustra came from the 4th part of Nietzsche’s “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”, in a reprint of the 1961 edition of a “Penquin Classics” from a translation by R.J. Hollingdale, and based on an 1892 publication of ‘The fourth and Last part’ of Zarathustra as part of the 1st collected edition of Nietzsche.