(part 2)

  • 50x110 [with wooden frame]

"The basis of every civilization and every morality is the realization that man derives his identity from what he must and can be, to his potency: bearer of imperishable values that are an expression of human dignity and human greatness.... But we have lost this awareness of universal, spiritual values in our postmodern, nihilistic society. The great values have become meaningless because everything is seen as relative and subjective. My truth and my right, are just as good as yours. Everything can mean anything, and so it means nothing. That is the character of the current civilizational crisis.... This crisis of today is the basis for all the other major, current issues."

('Knowing is more than measurment', by Tobias Reijngoud)