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I am a Ladonian citizen. I find this country very inspiring and full of wonder... You may now want to learn more about this country by inspecting its Internet pages, or you can stay here and read a bit more.
As my contribution to Ladonian language
I chose the following Latin phrase:
Ex nihilum non nihil fit.
I suspect that "nihilum" or "nothing" is a very eonatic word. Moreover I think that the motto I presented above can represent the very nature of Ladonia - becoming (or at least seeking to become) something from non-existence.People of Ladonia, join this historical and philosophical project!!!!
The project on the National Poem of Nothingness is a project, where all Ladonians can participate. This Poem shall consist of only one word - nothing, written in all the languages of all the nations. It will be growing just like Ladonia itself, and can become the something when all the languages known to man are exhausted!
It can be an answer to an old philosophical problem: Where does everything come from? Can something be created from nothing? and What is what?
On this page I shall collect everything, that concerns
nothingness . . .
This subject, if it really exists, can be dealt with in several ways. One can defy nothingness, reject it, and say the nothing does not exist, for when you are thinking of nothing, you are actually thinking of something. One can also accept nothingness and get unified with it, thus becoming a shadow in th World. Finally, one can create a state of something out of nothing, conquering nothingness. (The way I chose!)
. . . Thatmakes me wonder, is there really something like nothing? I have never seen nothing . . .Except when my beercan is empty.
"Time is motion and time is everywhere. Time creates time. The vaccum is timeless. Insert matter and time enters. Thats why timelessness is unmeasurable. And remember, there are no such thing as Chance. Ladonia, seek your Fate. Know your Fate. Time is a changing. Fate is not."Timelessness and Nothingness are
I have recently recieved the following message by e-mail (where nothingness almost rushes into your hands!):Date: Tue, 05 May 1998 20:19:56 +0530. . . and no content whatsoever! Isn't it great!
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