-I suppose next you’ll want to know
what life’s all about, eh?
-Please, let’s not be ironical.
-When a man is happy,
the meaning of life and other themes of eternity
rarely interest him. These questions should be asked
at the end of one’s life.
-We don’t know when our life will end,
that’s why we’re in a hurry.
-The happiest people are those who never bother asking
those cursed questions.
That is the only god I could imagine believing in, a god whose passion is not a redemption, who saves nothing, fulfills no purpose–a god who simply is.