1 November 2011

from Thomas Bernhard's On the Mountain (1989)

...we all live at least three different lives, a real one, an imaginary one, and one we're not even aware of

...even though it's a crime to undertake anything at all, everything is a lie, every comma is a lie, all of it nothing but an appalling babble, trivial, degrading, humiliating, yet I cling to these few thoughts, and every letter matters, it comes down to every last letter and to recognizing the stupidity of it all

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