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Já na Antiguidade se diziam coisas destas, que o Homem insiste em esquecer uma e outra vez:

 

Ah, if a double term of life were given us by Zeus, the son of Cronos, or by changeful Fate, ah, could we spend one life in joy and merriment, and one in labour, then perchance a man might toil, and in some later time might win his reward. But if the gods have willed that man enters into life but once (and that life brief, and too short to hold all we desire), then, wretched men and weary that we are, how sorely we toil, how greatly we cast our souls away on gain, and laborious arts, continually coveting yet more wealth! Surely we have all forgotten that we are men condemned to die, and how short in the hour, that to us is allotted by Fate.

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Espaço da autoria de Ovídio Silva (Doutorando em Clássicas), e de um anónimo interessado nestes temas.
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