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The capital phenomenon, the most catastrophic disaster, is uninterrupted sleeplessness, that nothingness without release.
One should live and die where one was born… I’ve been bored everywhere I went. What was the point of leaving Coasta Boacu?
I lost my sleep, and this is the greatest tragedy that can befall someone. It is much worse than sitting in prison.
However much I have frequented the mystics, deep down I have always sided with the Devil; unable to equal him in power, I have tried…
I saw that philosophy had no power to make my life more bearable. Thus I lost my belief in philosophy.
Insomnia is a vertiginous lucidity that can convert paradise itself into a place of torture.
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