--- In email@example.com, andrew michael baron
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> In The Myth of Sisyphus, Sisyphus, unfortunately, was in the wrong
> place at the wrong time and overheard secrets of the Gods fighting.
> So Sisyphus was punished to spend the rest of his life pushing a
> bolder up a mountain. When the bolder fell, or rolled over the other
> side of the mountain, Sisyphus must go back and start again, forever.
> Without a purpose for his life and without meaning for his activity,
> Sisyphus eventually noticed that there was a time when the bolder was
> on its own and he was descending the mountain effortlessly, noticing
> the beautiful flowers (so to speak), the birds' songs and the
> comfortable cool breeze and that this was his time. The determined
> duty was aside and the time, however absurd, was all that much
> worthwhile and especially, free.
> On Jun 2, 2006, at 2:23 PM, Shannon Noble wrote:
> > You know,
> > sometimes I look at my own expressions and the content of my work,
> > as well as many others here, and think how shallow and meaningless
> > much of what we do is. We put our own meaning on it as it really
> > has none of it's own. It is all enculturated. We make it up for or
> > own selves to get what we want from others. I feel that way when I
> > look at something like this:
> > http://www.alternet.org/blogs/video/36871/
> > and ponder.
> > -shannon
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