In the final rhyme of his Four Quartets, a rumination on the cyclical quality of combat and the redemptive superpower of ardour, T.S. Eliot had this to say about “the worlds largest” ouroboros of beginnings and culminates: that “the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we began, and to know it for the first time.”
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