to see a world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of the hand, and eternity in an hour – william blake ( 1757-1827 )
as thomas aquinas explained: finitum copax infinitum.
there seems to be a lot of stuff that needs to be done, some of them are running due of schedule. and for some reason my mode after class just wants to be at rest. i’m glad i can still concentrate at work despite my brother’s condition coming to my mind at times. i’ve been better handling myself with focusing than when i broke up with the most recent quasi-serious relationship earlier this year. it’s either i’m zoning or i just lacked the natural caffeine because work was given slow to an apprentice like me during that time.
time flies by so fast these days. and i would have thought that the hours were scarce for some productive processes. i don’t care not doing anything right now. my cousin’s wedding is this saturday and i had to cancel the happy hour meetup with this co-worker’s sister. besides that i just got to lay down the imperative protocol of grace under academic pressure.
whichever gives an applied literal case to the above, the finite ideas bear the infinite anxieties. hence, finitum copax infinitum.