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"Suicide. Yes? No?" Beware of binary logical traps

“Suicide. Yes? No?” Beware of binary logical traps

Binary questions have nothing to do with real life situation.

The French author Albert Camus once wrote: “The only viable life question is: Suicide. 264 more words


The Internal War

“We used to wonder where war lived, what it was that made it so vile. And now we realize that we know where it lives: Inside ourselves.”

(Albert Camus)

Beautiful Words

The Stranger

“Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know.”

“I knew that I had shattered the harmony of the day, the exceptional silence of a beach where I’d been happy.

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Welcome March!

Welcome March!

It’s such a pleasure to witness the nature blooming again!

We are also coming out of our cocoon at that time of the year. 36 more words

Daily Inspiration

MMM.* No reason to say: 'It had to be.'

I shall not grow resigned.
With all my silence,
I shall protest to the very end.
There is no reason to say:
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George Eliot – Silas Marner

Despite its sentimental, Dickensian cover and premise – an outcast weaver is drawn back into society by the arrival of an orphaned child in his life – this short novel is yet more evidence of Eliot’s ability to create the impression of distance in her fictions. 2,577 more words


small gifts

Today I am grateful for ladybugs.

It is so cold outside. We are expecting more snow. And the Thing drags its feet. (As weary of itself as I am weary of it at this point, I think. 226 more words

Albert Camus