sic transit gloria mundi


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sic transit gloria mundi

(ˈsɪk ˈtrænsɪt ˈɡlɔːrɪˌɑː ˈmʊndiː)
thus passes the glory of the world

sic transit gloria mundi

A Latin phrase meaning thus passes the glory of the world.
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There's a reason why he called the piece The Nameless: In this syncretic parade, each creature has half lost its identity; this riotous procession is perhaps that "bacchanalian revel in which no member is not drunk," which is what Hegel famously called "The True"--as long as one understands this "true" to also encompass the evanescent, SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI, reads the banner displayed by one of the revelers, a boy standing on the back of a tiger.
Hoy debemos conformamos con unas pinches y zonzas "baladas religiosas", que bien podrian escucharse, con otra letra (o con la misma, da igual) y sin problema alguno, como musica de fondo en un supermercado, en lo que uno va comprando chicharos y brocoli, o en un restaurante mientras ordenamos una sopa de "coditos" y un agua de tamarindo: Sic transit gloria mundi.
Asi es, todo pasa, amigo, sic transit gloria mundi, y todo se deteriora Piensa en el Centro Historico de la Ciudad de Mexico.