Man, declared Jean-Paul Sartre, is in anguish: the anguish that comes from the freedom to choose. "When a man commits himself to anything, fully realizing that he is not only choosing what he will be, but is thereby at the same time a legislator deciding for the whole of mankind—in such a moment a man cannot escape from the sense of complete and profound responsibility. There are many, indeed, who show no such anxiety. But we affirm that they are merely disguising their anguish or are in flight from it. Certainly, many people think that in what they are doing they commit [...]
"At its worst," noted the philosopher John Gray, "human life is not tragic but unmeaning. The soul is broken, but life lingers on. As the will fails, the mask of tragedy falls aside. What remains is only suffering. The last sorrow cannot be told. If the dead could speak we would not understand them." On the other hand, a source tells Us Weekly that Man of Steel star Henry Cavill and Kaley Cuoco from "The Big Bang Theory" are "totally hot for each other," so who's to say?