My students. We peer at each other through the narrow chinks of our caverns. Oh they are aware of their parents’ money and my own lack of rule. They pay up front in exchange for damaged goods. None of them realize that knowledge isn’t for sale, it’s for steal. Come and get it, nobody is giving you anything. Blank faces asking blank windows for answers. Blake says the last judgement begins when people come to think that imagination and intellect are of no use. Not important anymore. He says we will all see the end differently — an individually tailored vision. Do you see what I see? Do you hear what I hear? I hear the end of space and smell the end of time, it stinks a mile off. And then what? What is left after finite space and consecutive time? The infinite and the eternal, eternity’s mansions. What else? Blake says he saw the permanent realities of everything in fractal arrangement across differing levels of scale. From here he sees a person, approach and there appears a multitude. Withdraw to a farther distance and the multitude is an infant in a woman’s arms. Humanity on every level. Class yesterday, oh the humanity. Talked about Pyrrhus, murdered by an old woman with a ceiling tile. He’s the one who couldn’t win for losing. You, do you know anything about Pyrrhus?