The Mysteries by Bill Watterson and John Kascht

The Mysteries is a very short ‘fable for grownups’.

It’s either a book about climate change and how the universe goes on without us.[1]

Or a book about mysteries themselves. And how they can disappear with time, and then reappear in overwhelming waves, or creep up on us.[2] We feel in control of our world, but the Mysteries are always around us.

Very little is a mystery in my every day, but look a little longer and everything becomes a mystery. These Mysteries before us, will always live, “happily ever after.”

  1. We are very insignificant. ↩︎

  2. Much like climate change. ↩︎