Entry #174 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

The man who spends his days antic­i­pating the mystery of death has forfeited the much greater mystery of life.”

Tamer Seytachad
Charvaka scholar and teacher
(2nd century CE)

Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Tamer Seytachad”? Can you unscramble it? • The solution to last week’s quotee anagram is: “It’s inevitable.”

Father, son, husband, friend and writer by day; asleep by night. Happily pondering the immortality of the crab wherever words are shared.

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