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Tears and Saints (1995)
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Someday the old shack we call the world will fall apart. How, we don't know, and we don't really care either. Since nothing has real substance, and life is a twirl in the void, its beginning and its end are meaningless.
As long as I live I shall not allow myself to forget that I shall die; I am waiting for death so that I can forget about it.
To live in a saint's heart? I'm afraid of setting the sky ablaze.
Life is too full of death for death to be able to add anything to it.
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Outward judgment often fails, inward judgment never.
April 8, 1911
June 21, 1995
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