Adana MAM Legros
Acrylic and Watercolor on paper
110 x 71.5
"We remember that before committing suicide Cato d'Utique, the great-grandson of Cato the Elder, spent his last night reading, re-reading and meditating on this dialogue by the Greek philosopher in which it is said that death is nothing, even that it is rather a good since it allows the immaterial soul to finally get rid of the putrescible body, sinful will say the Christians, therefore to put an end to desires and passions, impulses and desires, to put behind the misery of the world and the wickedness of men for the benefit of a life of pure spirit jubilant to have finally recovered its original environment: that of, pure Ideas ... "
Wisdom - Knowing how to live at the foot of a volcano
Michel Onfray, Philosopher and writer