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...God, for if Thou didst exist, then should I also really exist.
LOVE, SUFFERING, PITY, AND PERSONALITY
CAIN: Let me, or happy or unhappy, learn To anticipate my immortality.
LUCIFER: Thou didst before I came upon thee.
LUCIFER: By suffering.
BYRON: _Cain_, Act II., Scene I.
The most tragic thing in the world and in life, readers and brothers of mine, is love.Love is the child of illusion and the parent of disillusion.love is consolation in desolation; it is the sole medicine against death, for it is death's brother.
_Fratelli, a un tempo stesso, Amore e Morte Ingenero la sorte_,
as Leopardi sang.
Love seeks with fury, through the medium of the beloved, something beyond, and since it finds it not, it despairs.
Whenever we speak of love there is always present in our memory the idea of sexual love, the love between man and woman, whose end is the perpetuation of the human race upon... Wilson, Sandy
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