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The Immoralist (1902)
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In other people's company I felt I was dull, gloomy, unwelcome, at once bored and boring...
One must allow others to be right, it consoles them for not being anything else.
Nothing is more fatal to happiness than the remembrance of happiness.
What would there be in a story of happiness? Only what prepares it, only what destroys it can be told.
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Determination, energy, and courage appear spontaneously when we care deeply about something. We take risks that are unimaginable in any other context.
November 22, 1869
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