Danach träumte ich, dass ich nicht gestorben war.
Und mich erschreckte die Gewissheit, dass ich aufwachen müsste.
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The absurd man will not commit suicide; he wants to live, without relinquishing any of his certainty, without a future, without hope, without illusions … and without resignation either. He stares at death with passionate attention and this fascination liberates him. He experiences the “divine irresponsibility” of the condemned man.
There are an infinity of ways in which you can move from that spot over there to here. But have you figured out those movements in your head, or are we seeing your soul in motion?
People fear death more than pain. It’s strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death. At the point of death, the pain is over.
You too are blind. You too flail in darkness.
A terrible solitude surrounds all beings who
confront mortality. As Margulies says: death
terrifies us all into silence.
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