The study room

In essence I wish for the Bodhisattva - the Enlightened Existence.
"To this universal benevolence, on the contrary, the very suspicion of a fatherless wrold, must be the most meloncholy of all reflections; from the thought that all the unknown regions of infinite and incoprehensible space may be filled with nothing but endless misery and wretchedness. All the spleandour of the highest prosperity can never enlighten the gloom with which so dreadful an idea must necessarily over-shadow the imagination; nor, in a wise and virtuous man, can all the sorrow of the most afflicting adversity ever dry up the joy which necessarily springs from the habitual and thorough conviction of the truth of the contrary system."
Adam Smith, Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759)
Vincent Van Gogh

"To this universal benevolence, on the contrary, the very suspicion of a fatherless wrold, must be the most meloncholy of all reflections; from the thought that all the unknown regions of infinite and incoprehensible space may be filled with nothing but endless misery and wretchedness. All the spleandour of the highest prosperity can never enlighten the gloom with which so dreadful an idea must necessarily over-shadow the imagination; nor, in a wise and virtuous man, can all the sorrow of the most afflicting adversity ever dry up the joy which necessarily springs from the habitual and thorough conviction of the truth of the contrary system."

Adam Smith, Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759)

Vincent Van Gogh