Antediluvian

So old it might as well have been before the biblical flood. What is the watershed which shapes humanity, but our navel-gazing? Always surprised about what we find inside and outside our species, everything must be novel, but what have we gained? As the Afrikaans poet N.P. van Wyk Louw wrote, “the fault is thousandfold, the truth is ancient and old.”

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