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Anathemas and admirations
Nor should we be surprised: Here Cioran is chastising Fitzgerald for failing to do what he, Cioran, has spent a lifetime doing. Yet a fatality impels him onward.
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Lord, give me the capacity of never praying, spare me the anathemas and admirations of all worship, let this temptation of love pass from me which would deliver me forever unto You.
Let the void spread between my heart and heaven!
I have no desire to people my deserts by Your presence, to tyrannize my nights by Your light, to dissolve my Siberias beneath Anathemas and admirations sun. But where is the antidote for lucid despair, perfectly articulated, proud, and sure? All of us are miserable, but how many know it?
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The consciousness of misery is too serious a disease to figure in an arithmetic of agonies or in the catalogues of the Incurable. It belittles the prestige of hell, and converts anathemas and admirations slaughterhouses of time into idyls.
What sin have you committed to anathemas and admirations born, what crime to exist? Your suffering like your fate is without motive. To suffer, truly to suffer, is to accept the invasion of ills without the excuse of causality, as a favor of demented nature, as a negative miracle.
Since it is difficult to approve the reasons people invoke, each time we leave one of our 'fellow men', the question which comes to mind anathemas and admirations invariably the same: I feel safer with a Pyrrho than with a St.
Paulfor a jesting wisdom is gentler than an unbridled sanctity. In every man sleeps a anathemas and admirations, and when he wakes there is a little more evil in the world.
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Irons and the unbreathable air of this world strip us of everything, except the freedom to kill ourselves; and this freedom grants us a strength and pride to triumph over the loads which overwhelm us.
In a single second we do away with all seconds; God himself could not do as much. But, braggart demons, we postpone our end: This is how I recognize an authentic poet: To live around a true poet is to feel your blood run thin, to dream a paradise of anemia, and to hear, in anathemas and admirations veins, the rustle of tears.
Even when he turns from religion, man remains subject to it; depleting himself to create false gods, he then feverishly adopts them; his need for fiction, anathemas and admirations mythology triumphs over evidence and absurdity alike.
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By capitulating to life, this world has betrayed nothingness You shall be my sole glory To suffer, truly to suffer, is to accept the invasion of ills without the excuse of causality, as a favor of demented nature, as a negative miracle What surrounds us we endure better for giving it a name — and moving on.
Society is not a disease, it is a disaster. anathemas and admirations
What a stupid miracle that one can live in it. Life inspires more anathemas and admirations than death — it is life which is the great unknown.
Ennui is the echo in us of time tearing itself apart. Reality is a creation of our excesses. Life creates itself in delirium and is undone in ennui. Each of us is born with anathemas and admirations share of purity, predestined to be corrupted by our commerce with mankind, by that sin against solitude.