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darkbutfree · 27 minutes ago
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“She was waiting, but she didn't know for what. She was aware only of her solitude, and of the penetrating cold, and of a greater weight in the region of her heart.”
—Albert Camus
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thehopefulquotes · 33 minutes ago
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I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn’t.
Albert Camus, The Outsider
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alifeintension-blog · 6 hours ago
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August 31, 1944
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"Our desire, all the more profound as it was often silent, was to liberate newspapers from money and to give them a tone and a veracity that would raise the readers to a level of what is the best in themselves. We thought that a country is as good as its press. And if it is true that newspapers are the voice of a nation, we were determined, insofar as our position and our modest capacity allowed, to raise the country by raising its language."
Albert Camus, editorial from Combat.
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corvianbard · 8 hours ago
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Those who lack the courage will always find a philosophy to justify it.
Albert Camus
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mr-another · 9 hours ago
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Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.
Albert Camus
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mr-another · 9 hours ago
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Blessed are the hearts that can bend; they shall never be broken.
Albert Camus
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comominimo · 14 hours ago
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words-and-coffee · 18 hours ago
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She walked along without seeing anyone, bent under a tremendous and sudden fatigue, dragging her body, whose weight now seemed to her unbearable. Her exaltation had left her. Now she felt too tall, too thick, too white too for this world she had just entered. A child, the girl, the dry man, the furtive jackal were the only creatures who could silently walk that earth. What would she do there henceforth except drag herself toward sleep, toward death?
Albert Camus, Exile and the Kingdom - The Adulterous Woman
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miguelnambomx · 21 hours ago
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Toda una familia de espíritus emparentados por su nostalgia, opuestos por sus métodos o sus fines, se han dedicado con afán a cerrar la vía real de la razón y a volver a encontrar los rectos caminos de la verdad.
Albert Camus, El mito de Sísifo.
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justthishumanheart · a day ago
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I love this life with abandon and wish to speak of it boldly: it makes me proud of my human condition. Yet people have often told me: there’s nothing to be proud of. Yes, there is: this sun, this sea, my heart leaping with youth, the salt taste of my body and this vast landscape in which tenderness and glory merge in blue and yellow. It is to conquer this that I need my strength and my resources. Everything here leaves me intact. I surrender nothing of myself, and don no mask: learning patiently and arduously how to live is enough for me, well worth all their arts of living.
—Albert Camus, Nuptials at Tipasa
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thefandomcache · a day ago
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Wei Wuxian:
Don’t walk in front of me… I may not follow Don’t walk behind me… I may not lead Walk beside me… just be my friend
Lan Wangji: Whatever Wei Ying wants.
Jiang Cheng: Ha! Friend-zoned again. Sucker.
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If I let myself go, you would only hear a continuous cry for help; to be sincere, I can no longer live without you. It is precisely for this reason that I want to live and for you to live a long time. But I don't want to think about that; I feel myself going crazy too. Take care of yourself. Do the best you can. I love you as I live.
Maria Casarès to Albert Camus, Correspondance, September 13, 1949 [#91]    
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notachycardia-m · a day ago
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Özgür olduklarına o kadar inanıyorlar ki, bu iyimserlikte o kadar bulaşıcı ki...
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