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Kaspar Hauser

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Re: A Song about Holden
« on: August 31, 2016, 10:03:20 pm »
Quote from: Holden
To have known you & Schopenhauer,to have done a bit of math, is enough for me.If I were a better man I'd just starve to death,well,I am trying to extinguish the will to live completely.

Does it give you consolation to know how many countless creatures have passed through?

It is only a matter of time, and your life will no longer be a burden to you.

In the meantime, know that there are others who came before us, others among us, and others who will come after us, who will be equally disgusted with life.

It's a shame Karl doesn't post any more on SayNoToLife.

Remember one of the last posts, We will always be ruled by Thugs ?

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By definition, those who enter politics are almost invariably extroverted, confident and determined. They have a vision of the world and they are dedicated to foisting it on you. You will be part of their narrative, regardless of whether you want to be or not. They seek power and adulation. They have a 'positive' vision. They are all pro-family and pro-life.

Pessimists, antinatalists and generally those in any way sensitive are generally introverted, solitary and disgusted by the world. Like the wise snail, they seek to curl up in their sanctuary and be left undisturbed. Sensitive people do not wish to expose themselves to the mob. They do not wish to 'compete', to prostitute themselves, to endure the demeaning gaze of the public eye.
Things They Will Never Tell YouArthur Schopenhauer has been the most radical and defiant of all troublemakers.

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