Emil Cioran Quote

What place do we occupy in the "universe"? A point, if that! Why reproach ourselves when we are evidently so insignificant? Once we make this observation, we grow calm at once: henceforth, no more bother, no more frenzy, metaphysical or otherwise. And then that point dilates, swells, substitutes itself for space. And everything begins all over again.


The New Gods (1969)

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What place do we occupy in the universe? A point, if that! Why reproach ourselves when we are evidently so insignificant? Once we make this...

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What place do we occupy in the universe? A point, if that! Why reproach ourselves when we are evidently so insignificant? Once we make this...

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What place do we occupy in the universe? A point, if that! Why reproach ourselves when we are evidently so insignificant? Once we make this...

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What place do we occupy in the universe? A point, if that! Why reproach ourselves when we are evidently so insignificant? Once we make this...