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“Man is like a dog tied to a moving wagon. If the dog refuses to run along with the wagon he will be dragged by it, yet the choice remains his: to run or be dragged.”
Gregory Hays, Meditations

Joseph Roth
“He had lost his meticulous sense of the passing of time ever since he had given up several old habits. For after all, the hours and the days were meant precisely to maintain those habits, and now the hours and the days resembled empty vessels that could no longer be filled and need not be bothered with anymore.”
Joseph Roth, The Radetzky March

Stefan Zweig
“If today I were to counsel a young writer who is still unsure of his way, I would try to persuade him first to adapt or translate a sizable work. In all sacrificing service there is more assurance for the beginner than in his own creation, and nothing that one has ever done with devotion is done in vain.”
Stefan Zweig, The World of Yesterday

William Shakespeare
“He who deserves greatness deserves your hate.”
William Shakespeare, Coriolanus

Plato
“I think it's too much to call to call him "wise", Phaedrus: only the gods deserve that label. But it would suit him better and be more appropriate to call him a lover of wisdom, or something like that.”
Plato, Phaedrus/Lysis

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