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José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "If I'm sincere today, what does it matter if I regret it tomorrow?"

If I'm sincere today, what does it matter if I regret it tomorrow?




José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "blindness is a private matter between a person and the eyes with which he or she was born."

blindness is a private matter between a person and the eyes with which he or she was born.



José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "...the human being to lack that second skin we call egoism has not yet been born, it lasts much longer than the other one, that bleeds so readily."

...the human being to lack that second skin we call egoism has not yet been born, it lasts much longer than the other one, that bleeds so readily.



José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "what is right and what is wrong are simply different ways of understanding our relationships with the others, not that which we have with ourselves"

what is right and what is wrong are simply different ways of understanding our relationships with the others, not that which we have with ourselves




José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "Virtue, should there be anyone who still ignores the fact, always finds pitfalls on the extremely difficult path of perfection, but sin and vice are so favoured by fortune..."

Virtue, should there be anyone who still ignores the fact, always finds pitfalls on the extremely difficult path of perfection, but sin and vice are so favoured by fortune...



José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "We are so afraid of the idea of having to die… that we always try to find excuses for the dead, as if we were asking beforehand to be excused when it is our turn…"

We are so afraid of the idea of having to die… that we always try to find excuses for the dead, as if we were asking beforehand to be excused when it is our turn…



José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "The trouble with this dog is that it has grown too close to human beings, it will suffer as they do."

The trouble with this dog is that it has grown too close to human beings, it will suffer as they do.




José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are."

Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.



José Saramago, Blindness Quotes: "... that destiny has to make many turnings before arriving anywhere, destiny alone knows what it has cost ..."

... that destiny has to make many turnings before arriving anywhere, destiny alone knows what it has cost ...