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Friedrich Nietzsche

The thought of suicide is a great consolation: by means of it one gets through many a dark night. ― Friedrich Nietzsche

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Louis-Ferdinand Céline

I’d always worried about being practically empty, about having no serious reason for living. And now, confronted with the facts, I was sure of my individual nullity. In that environment, too different from the one where my petty habits were at home, I seem to have disintegrated, I felt very close to nonexistence. I discovered… Continue reading Louis-Ferdinand Céline

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