“Just as we look back at the lives of people five hundred years ago, I imagine people five hundred from now will laugh at how we let our money and jobs define our lives. They will laugh at how we were afraid to show appreciation for those who matter most, yet heaped praise on public figures who didn’t deserve anything. They will laugh at our rituals and superstitions, our worries and our wars: they will gawk at our cruelty. They will study our art and argue over our history. They will understand truths about us which none of us are yet aware.
And they, too, will be wrong. Just less wrong than we were.” (Page 120, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck, Marc Mason, You’re Wrong About Everything (But So Am I))