Henry Miller Quote

The Happiest peoples, it is said, are those which have no history. Those who have a history, those who have made history seem only to have emphazied through their acomplishments the eternality of struggle. These disappear too eventually, just as those who made no effort, who were content to merely live & enjoy.


Henry Miller on Writing (1964)

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The Happiest peoples, it is said, are those which have no history. Those who have a history, those who have made history seem only to have emphazied...

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The Happiest peoples, it is said, are those which have no history. Those who have a history, those who have made history seem only to have emphazied...

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The Happiest peoples, it is said, are those which have no history. Those who have a history, those who have made history seem only to have emphazied...

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The Happiest peoples, it is said, are those which have no history. Those who have a history, those who have made history seem only to have emphazied...