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Meša Selimović
“It became clear to me how men die. I saw that it is not so hard. Or easy. It is nothing. One just starts living less and less, being less and less, thinking, feeling and knowing less and less. The rich flow of life dries up, and only a thin thread of uncertain consciousness remains, more and more meager, more and more insignificant. And then nothing happens, there is not anything, there is nothing. And nothing matters—it is all the same.”
Meša Selimović, Death and the Dervish

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
“Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Maxims and Reflections

Meša Selimović
“Cruelty in the name of kindliness is terrible; it would bind our feet and hands; it would kill us with hypocrisy. Cruelty based on power is better—that we can at least hate.”
Meša Selimović, Death and the Dervish

Frank Herbert
“Reason is the first victim of strong emotion," Scytale murmured.”
Frank Herbert, Dune Messiah

Meša Selimović
“I developed in thousands of changes, and it always seemed to me that all of my former self disappeared with each new change, that it was lost in the mists of time that had passed and were now insignificant. But then, again and again, unexpectedly, I would find traces of everything that had been, like uncovered artifacts, like my own fossil strata; although they were old and unsightly, they became dear and beautiful. That rediscovered, recovered part of me, which was more than a memory, was beautified and returned from unreachable distances by time, which joined me with it. Thus, it had a twofold existence, as a part of my present personality, and as a memory. As the present, and as a beginning.”
Meša Selimović, Death and the Dervish

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