2012 - Novus Ordo Seclorum & Top 10 of American Daily Paradise (Facts & Commentary)

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2012 - Novus Ordo Seclorum & Top 10 of American Daily Paradise (Facts & Commentary)

Facts: TOP 10 of American Daily Paradise

1.“Paper” Money / 2.The Almighty Word: “F…ck”/ 3.Call  “911” for the Police/ 4.Drugs & Hard Porno Addiction/ 5.Crimes & Jail/ 6.The Divorce/ 7.Junk Food/ 8.Video Games & Lose-Weight Addiction/ 9.TV Reality Shows & American Sports/ 10.Soap Opera & Horror/Zombies/ Movies // … as for the rest?!... Hamlet’s answer: the rest is silence… that silence of a huge mass of robots/slaves living heavenly the Daily Paradise of the Populist Dictatorship…

(from: Internet Sources & American Mass-Media)

Commentary: Ars Longa, Vita Brevis. . .

. . . art is long, life is short—the well known wisdom of Hippocrates, famous words paraphrased by Seneca, Chaucer and Longfellow, and Goethe in his Faust, as well—are they an universal truth?. . .

Probably, a Zen Buddhist priest would smile: it’s raining; still the grass doesn’t grow.

Probably, a businessman would growl: time is money.

Probably, an artist would meditate: yes, art is life and life is impossible.

Probably, a politician would bark: without politics life is anarchy.

Probably, a terrorist would whisper: I’ll die for the Cause and I’ll live in Paradise. . .

Probably, a doctor would judge: I am the patient and tomorrow I could die.

Probably, a mother would sigh: child, we have so many things to do, come child.

Probably, a man of Faith would smile: Lord, without You life is just an instant.


“. . . autumn. . . this twilight/

scatters leaden clouds. . . splash, splash,/

drops of my sadness. . . ”


(from : Theophil Magus living in Boston - Anna-Maria 101 breathings (“Xlibris”/Random House Ventures, 2011, USA /Library of Congress Control Number: 2011910709/ ISBN: Hardcover 1-4628-9476-3 & 978-1-4628-9476-5/Softcover 1-4628-9475-5 & 978-1-4628-9475-8/ebook 1-4628-9477-1 & 978-1-4628-9476-5) 

(In Theophil Magus living in Boston - Anna-Maria 101 breathings, "Leonard Oprea's dominant perspective is one of a cold objectivity, too little disposed to easy emotions, other than those hidden, profound feelings and questions. Themes are the life purpose, the ultimate springs of human actions... Intelligence, laconic sarcasm, humor, right targeting. How could we not be indebted to the author? He put his talent of storytelling to serve an exhortation which is nothing else than the health response in the presence of the morbid, the simplicity in the face of artificial, the man-loving of light against darkness and evil./Nicolae Steinhardt – European philosopher, essayist and author); “A novelist and essayist of Leonard Oprea's literary value does not need any introduction. From no one.” /Valeriu Gherghel – European philosopher, essayist, literary critic and author)

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