The end of a melody is not its goal: but nonetheless, had the melody not reached its end it would not have reached its goal either. A parable.This would likely have pissed off Nietzsche. Not sure that this was a bad thing. The melody's end is a reflection on who we are, and where we've been, and where we are going.
- Friedrich Nietzsche
But what about those inner thoughts, those you don't tell anyone? Think to someone you once loved, or perhaps do now. If you had known then, what you know now, about your desire and theirs, would you have run away from the intensity of their gaze, those eyes possessing a wisdom all their own. Or would you, knowing what you know now, run to them with an ease and a comfort that no random coming together of two people could ever have produced.
Or would you have simply run away?
Worthy questions. And the Worthy Questions have no answers.