Thirty Years' War quotes

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I began reviewing my life in relation to its objectives. I saw no objects, I saw only states.
... people with heavy physical vibrations rule the world.
I wasn't born to be a fighter. I was born with a gentle nature, a flexible character and an organism as equilibrated as it is judg ...
Self-preservation is the first responsibility.
I became increasingly anarchistic. I began to find people of my own class vicious, people in clean collars uninteresting. I even a ...
... the great thing to learn about life is, first, not to do what you don't want to do, and, second, to do what you do want to do.
I can't earn my own living. I could never make anything turn into money. It's like making fires. A careful assortment of paper, sh ...
I was born to be an editor, I always edit everything. I edit my room at least once a week. Hotels are made for me. I can change a ...
I had been curiously depressed all day. In the night I wakened. First precise thought: I know why I'm depressed--nothing inspired ...
Three characteristics mark all confirmed expatriates: (1) slowness on the up-take, (2) the tendency to personalize the impersonal- ...
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