I believe, this thought of Aristotle resonates in the hearts of those how wish to leave behind themselves a legacy of their own, who do not merely desire of food, clothing, and all benefits of matter. I did felt this urge of very minute magnitude a few years ago and now its dim almost to darkness.

"We must not listen to those who urge us to think human thoughts since we are human, and mortal thoughts since we are mortal; rather, we should as far as possible immortalize ourselves and do all we can to live by the finest element in us - for if in bulk it is small, in power and worth it is far greater than anything else."
Nicomachean Ethics

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Kadri said...

It's a bit strange at times, to find wisdom in words of people so long gone.

M. Umer Toor said...

Its called Perennial Wisdom :-)

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