Life: Meaning, Definition, Purpose, Art

Beaudlaire:

“Life swarms with innocent monsters–and also calculated ones.”

Jean Anouilh, French playwright:

“Life is very nice, but it lacks form. It’s the aim of art to give it some.”

Tolstoy:

“The only absolute knowledge attainable  by man  is that life is meaningless.”

Kafka:

“From a certain point onward, there is no turning back; that is the point that must be reached.”

Margaret K, Rawlings, The Yearling:

“Life knocks a man down and he gets up, and it knocks him down again.”

Hjalmar Soderberg:

“The only absolutes in life  are the desire of the flesh and the incurable loneliness of the soul.”

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