And then you say, "All we are is dust in the wind." Little specks, enumerable and miniscule, grains of the infinitesimal, listless, pointless, directionless, fading dreams of nothing. Well, I say "Thank God, I love the prospect, there is freedom in being nothing." Why are you so displeased with this conclusion? Is it that the contention you wrought is dispersed by my contentment? We'll let it drift then on the wings of some updraft on it's way to God. invisible to the naked eye, just as you and I shall drift thoughtlessly into the atmosphere. Little particles of dust fading into nothing and immeasurably free.