world enough and time

I read that book (1950) once, so long ago I remember no details except that it elicited strong emotions.
The phrase returns to mind often as an ethical aim: to make choices in such a way that my life unfolds under the premise that there is enough time in a world endowed with meaning.
Here is a literature, Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture
Javnost – The Public
, definitely worth perusal.
Searching for the book by Robert Penn Warren, I discovered a new Star Trek movie in the making! Plus the original poem which probably inspired Warren’s choice of title. A NYTimes article: World Enough and Time for ‘a Good Death’, a ton of blogposts simply using the phrase, and World Enough and Space-Time. How much happier could I be? ­čÖé

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