George Orwell Quote

Think of life as it really is, think of the details of life; and then think that there is no meaning in it, no purpose, no goal except the grave. Surely only fools or self-deceivers, or those whose lives are exceptionally fortunate, can face that thought without flinching?


A Clergyman's Daughter, Ch. 2 (1935)

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Think of life as it really is, think of the details of life; and then think that there is no meaning in it, no purpose, no goal except the grave....

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Think of life as it really is, think of the details of life; and then think that there is no meaning in it, no purpose, no goal except the grave....

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Think of life as it really is, think of the details of life; and then think that there is no meaning in it, no purpose, no goal except the grave....

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Think of life as it really is, think of the details of life; and then think that there is no meaning in it, no purpose, no goal except the grave....