All my ambition is, I own, to profit and to please unknown; like streams supplied from springs below, which scatter blessings as they go.
- Charles Cotton (1630-1687)
I am going with planksipean, like European, inspired by the Europa font that is planksip
Inspired by Charles Cotton (1630-1687)'s quote, "All my ambition is, I own, to profit and to please unknown; like streams supplied from springs below, which scatter blessings as they go". The titled responsion is
Defining your ambition is ethical in nature, heuristically honed and eliminated through experience. The spineless dendrite spine of an electrical impulse uniquely experienced through the consciousness of the deceiver, the ego and the host. Parse, then prosper is the power of the planksipean.
Wellspring is an appropriate allusion. While reading Montaigne, in English, you can not dismiss the translation of Charles Cotton.
Old but interesting result of a "Professor et al" search on Google. I would like to do something with this profit, prophet and Prof.et(al). What do you think?