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Cloud Obscured Sun Over Water

“Clearly, mythology is no toy for children. Nor is it a matter of archaic, merely scholarly concern, of no moment to modern men of action.”—Joseph Campbell, Primitive Mythology

“Myth is the magma on which the tectonic plates of humankind’s knowledge, understanding and belief float, rub, and collide.”—Xenon

  We are wanderers

Lost in a labyrinth of learning

Wayfarers on a path

Trodden a million times before

Yet overgrown and indistinct once again

Beware the men of action

For they do not play

By the same set of rules as we

Who leisurely stroll about

Our arms and heads laden with books