Nietzsche’s Groundhog Day
From Groundhog Days – Intercourse on Time
By Melina Costello and David Arthur Walters
Saturday, June 25, 2004
Mystic Madame Melina,
Because of my orthodox upbringing, I would fain hope that this message is not identical to countless other messages you have already received in identical worlds or universes or whatever. But such a hope would not be reasonable until I know whether or not this life is in fact identically and forever repeated, and, if it is thus repeated, until I know whether or not I would joyously accept it as it is, always was, and will ever be, or whether I would despair of it and commit virtual or real suicide.
Life as it is, with all its ups and downs, is not good enough for most people. They would rather have the ups than the downs, the pleasures than the pains, the goods…
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