Franz Kafka Quote

Anyone who renounces the world must love all men, for he renounces their world too. He thus begins to have some inkling of the true nature of man, which cannot but be loved, always assuming that one is its peer.


The Blue Octavo Notebooks (1954)

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Anyone who renounces the world must love all men, for he renounces their world too. He thus begins to have some inkling of the true nature of man,...

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Anyone who renounces the world must love all men, for he renounces their world too. He thus begins to have some inkling of the true nature of man,...

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Anyone who renounces the world must love all men, for he renounces their world too. He thus begins to have some inkling of the true nature of man,...

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Anyone who renounces the world must love all men, for he renounces their world too. He thus begins to have some inkling of the true nature of man,...