The oddest thing….

I’m surfing the net, looking for various things, and I come across this website.  It appears to be a website dedicate to quotes, some famous, some not, of all kinds of thougths and ideas.

Then something catches my eye:  

It has become too easy to see that the luckless men of the past lived by mistaken, even absurd beliefs; so we may fail in a decent respect for them, and forget that the historians of the future will point out that we too lived by myths.  – Herbert Huller
I find it odd only because my dad’s name was Herbert Huller (the one that disappeared when I was 10 only to be found dead five years ago).  So I am going to email this guy who has this website and ask him about this quote.  What is the possibilty?  Could this guy have met and known my dad in the life he was leading after he left us? Or is there someone that was an “original” Herbert Huller, and my dad copied his name when he came here from Austria?   It seems really wierd that you learn more about the people that shaped you and molded you AFTER they are gone, then when they are here.  Tune in for the answer… assuming this guy even knows where it came from.