Huxley on the Consolations of Philosophy

Fifty per cent of the Consolations of Philosophy in seven words. And the other fifty per cent can be expressed in six: Brother, when you’re dead, you’re dead. Or if you prefer, you can make it seven: Brother, when you’re dead, you’re not dead.

Aldous Huxley, The Genius and the Goddess

Tongue-in-cheek and delivered through one of his fictional characters, but clever 🙂

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