Speaking of profound
... scribbled on a Tübingen University library wall is the following sentence:
'It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profundly sick society'
A little research reveals that this originates from somewhere in the sizeable works of Jiddu Krishnamurti, who of course didn't write exactly these letters.
What is it with University students and writing platitudes on building walls? Most of them will all be back home now, over Easter, parents washing underwear etc. Sure, perhaps we all need to go through some kind of quasi-intellectual rebel stage. Some don't leave that phase, of course, which is why there are extreme Marxists and other politically charged loons still stalking our land.
Yea, consider this my Easter meditation. Your take-away from my little reflection? Next time you see a student vandalising a wall with spray paint, pelt them with Easter eggs and call the police.