I see I posted the same image twice. Here is the second photo that shows the other side of the house. Thanks again.
It is a bit pessimistic but cynically true also, so, here we go:
"When man old grows, no salvation exists along with the bill of exchange of expiring deadline".
"All are futile, all are vanity and mankind is a green grass. Love each other".
This is almost the exact translation.Edited: 17 July 2014, 08:40
I agree somewhat pessimistic, but also profound. Wow.
it means that :
everything is vain, humanity is just a green grass. Love each other
I'm a professional translator and I would translate this:
"All things are in vain; all things are vanity. Mankind is but a blade of grass. Love one another."
Incidentally in Greek it rhymes and is in meter.
sorry my eyesight is too bad to read the rest of it ;) I used to live on Folegandros and that house has been like that for years.
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