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Be self-indulgent, and those who are also self-indulgent will like you. Tear your neighbor to pieces, and the other neighbors will laugh. But if you beat your soul, all souls will cry out.
When the rich wage war it's the poor who die.
I'd come to realize that all our troubles spring from our failure to use plain, clear-cut language.
One is still what one is going to cease to be and already what one is going to become. One lives one's death, one dies one's life.
Man is nothing else but what he purposes, he exists only in so far as he realizes himself, he is therefore nothing else but the sum of his actions, nothing else but what his life is.
In football everything is complicated by the presence of the opposite team.
What's done at night belongs to the night. In the daytime you don't talk about it.
With older people, it's quite different. They're reliable, they show you what to do, and there's solidity in their affection.
You're lucky. I'm always conscious of myself —in my mind. Painfully conscious.
But I can't see anything any more: however much I search the past I can only retrieve scraps of images and I am not sure what they represent, nor whether they are remembered or invented.
Once freedom lights its beacon in a man's heart the gods are powerless against him.
That God does not exist, I cannot deny, That my whole being cries out for God I cannot forget.
Death is a continuation of my life without me...
All human actions are equivalent and all are on principle doomed to failure.
It is certain that we cannot escape anguish, for we are anguish.
Ah! yes, I know: those who see me rarely trust my word: I must look too intelligent to keep it.
I think of death only with tranquility, as an end. I refuse to let death hamper life. Death must enter life only to define it.
I see the insipid flesh blossoming and palpitating with abandon.
Man is not only that which he conceives himself to be, but that which he wills himself to be...
Once you hear the details of victory it is hard to distinguish it from a defeat.