Nice. As if life didn't belong to us, but to nature. We only "borrow it" from nature. The message must be that life is a privilege.
Lingua vemortua.Or so they say.
Yes I read her link about roman tombstones too, very interesting! And it also helps us understand who they conceived life.I think it's a very valuable exercise. They're fundamental to understanding the bigger picture.
No joke, I already thought about it. But finally I thought no. I don't care how my tomb will be, I'll be dead.PP have you ever thought of composing your own epitath? Ben Franklin did it, I think, as many others. Not that I wish for your quick death, di averruncent hoc! Just an idea...
There is some verse by Maecenas that sounds like that, if I remember well, "nil sepulcrum curo, sepelit natura relictos". Btw yes I meant "how", and thanks for the link.No joke, I already thought about it. But finally I thought no. I don't care how my tomb will be, I'll be dead.