sábado, 14 de febrero de 2009

+ Caligula's Camus

"How strange! When I don't kill, I feel alone... I'm at ease only in the company of the dead". "Fear... is a noble emotion, pure and simple, self-sufficient, like no other; it draws its patent of nobility straight from the guts". "If I'd had the moon, if love were enough, all might have been different... There's nothing in this world, or in any other, made to my stature. And yet I know, and you too know that all I need is for the impossible to be".

"If his truth is to rebel against fate, his error lies in negating what binds him to mankind. One cannot destroy everything without destroying oneself"

Texto: "Calígula", Albert Camus.

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