D.F. Wallace – Infinite Jest

Almost nothing important that ever happens to you happens because you engineer it. Destiny has no beeper; destiny always leans trenchcoated out of an alley with some sort of Psst that you usually can’t even hear because you’re in such a rush to or from something important you’ve tried to engineer.

 

 

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R. Rorty – Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity

Proust wanted autonomy and beauty; Nietzsche and Heidegger wanted autonomy and sublimity; Nabokov wanted beauty and self preservation; Orwell wanted to be of use to people who were suffering. They all succeeded. Each of them was brilliantly, equally, successful.

 

 

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Top 100 Quotes

An update for today, the best of Refined Quotes, the top 100 quotes list is here, see what’ve you missed 🙂

https://quotily.wordpress.com/favorites-rankings/100-favorite-quotes/

That’s it for now, the top 100 paintings and 100 movie frames are updated you might want to have  a look too ^^ choose ‘favorites’ from menu above.

Once again I’ll add that our new tumblr about blue color ( and a little red) is moving on, so drop by in there  as well: http://bluehazemaze.tumblr.com/

Bigger things are comming but not so soon, keep visiting us !

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Quote on brothers and sisters, quote on !

Good night.

O.

A. Gide – The Counterfeiters

Nothing that I wrote yesterday is true. Only this remains – that reality interests me inasmuch as it is plastic, and that I care more – infinitely more – for what may be than for what has been. I lean with a fearful attraction over the depths of each creature’s possibilities and weep for all that lies atrophied under the heavy lid of custom and morality.

 

De tout ce que j’écrivais hier, rien n’est vrai. Il reste ceci : que la réalité m’intéresse comme une matièreplastique ; et j’ai plus de regard pour ce qui pourrait être, infiniment plus que pour ce qui a été. Je me penche vertigineusement sur les possibilités de chaque être et pleure tout ce que le couvercle des mœurs atrophie.

 

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