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Even if Mary gives birth to a child who is not her husband's, if she has a shining pride, they become a holy mother and child.
Anyway, you can be sure of one thing, a man's got to fake just to stay alive.
I would far prefer to be told simply to go and die. It's straightforward. But people almost never say, "Die!" Paltry, prudent hypocrites!
I wonder if there is anyone who is not depraved. A wearisome thought.I want money. Unless I have it....In my sleep, a natural death!
I am afraid because I can so clearly foresee my own life rotting away of itself, like a leaf that rots without falling, while I pursue my round of existence from day to day.
Humanity? Don't be silly. I know. It is knocking down your fellow-men for the sake of your own happiness.
It is painful for the plant which is myself to live in the atmosphere and light of this world. Somewhere an element is lacking which would permit me to continue.
Last year nothing happenedThe year before nothing happenedAnd the year before that nothinghappened.
In spite of my suffering, at the thought that I was sure to end up by killing myself, I cried aloud and burst into tears.
At times everything grows misty and dark before my eyes, and I feel that the strength of my whole body is oozing away through my finger tips.
I am sure that the reason why I wept and stormed as if I had gone off my head was that the combination of physical exhaustion and my unhappiness had made me hate and resent everything.
It isn't that I dislike artists, but I can't stand anyone who puts on those ponderous airs of a man of character.
For the first time in my life I realized what a horrible, miserable, salvationless hell it is to be without money.
This I want to believe implicitly: Man was born for love and revolution.