A recent bulk mailing from a local realtor provided a gorgeous picture of a stream bank in autumn and a lovely quote, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” The quote is by … Albert Camus.
I’m not in the real estate market but the placard leaves me with many questions.
Who is this realtor? Did he just grab a nature quote at random or was he a philosophy major who now needs to make a living?
What would the famous existentialist think of this? Is he doing a grave roll? Or would he see no difference between a quote to sell real estate and a book to sell course units at a university?
Let me know if you have any answers.