Sempiternity: Existence within time but infinitely into the future, as opposed to eternity, understood as existence outside time.
Some time ago, I sort of stumbled across Leaves of Grass by American poet, Walt Whitman . I was really fascinated by his daring, foresighted thoughts, and mind you, we are talking about a person who was from the 19th Century.
Whitman suggests that the natural world moves through these spheres and appearances through a mode of natural continuity. “Time and space are ample”, meaning that there always is and always will be enough time and space for movement and growth within the natural world. The natural world merely follows a continuity of cycle. True reality is the spirit and that it lies beyond the reach or realm of the senses.
This piece of artwork, at a glance, may seems a little bit gloomy and perhaps, even a little bit depressed to some. But