Help from Living
Being free to pursue pleasure, is epicurean on the Nature of Things. Ad hominem attacks
Sign over the garden...Linger, for here our highest good is pleasure.
This does not prescriptively include prodigal indulgence or a[n] unilateral surrender to sensuality. Peace of mind is the teleology and the pathway to this prosperity is what I would like to talk about today.
Men suffer the most evils under the oppression of alienation. This detachment is destructive and debilitating. Alienation predates the atheism of Marx and Albert Camus' memorable opening on Maternal death. "Aujourd’hui, Maman est morte.". Noticing the firm declarative of his mother's realized non-existence, the past experience is truncated within an earshot of Meursault's inside voice.[^N] The translation dichotomy between?
I like the perspective that he woke to the day's consciousness and wants to share with the reader his realization that today is dead. From this day forward his
[^N]: In constructing this sentence, I flipped between [using] Mersault's "inside voice" [as a cultural reference to a loud child], and using inner voice [NON-homunculi-based cognitive conceptualization]. Inside voice is juvenile and, for me, prompts allusions of weight bearing down on his existence considering the real realization that his mother is no longer part of the meaning for today, tomorrow and ever after? Alternative counterfactuals include; https://www.newser.com/story/146163/first-line-of-the-stranger-is-still-translated-wrong.html, retrieved Friday, October 4th.