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The world is a penal institution.
Tel Aviv appeals to me.
The stalwart soul has the will to live and is eager for the race.
One of my grandsons used to insist, when he was only 3 or 4, that he had been born and had lived in India.
My relatives used to laugh when I talked of being a writer.
My literary success meant nothing to me.
My dreams are all follies.
My life has been tragic and disastrous since birth.
My childhood was appalling.
Money? I lost all taste for it.
If there is a God, then he was particularly harsh to me.
I’ve always enjoyed poor health.
I’m not that interested in people.
I often reread books I have written.
I will know him by his eyes.
I never deviated from my grim determination to someday have all the money I needed and wanted.
I have written two medical novels. I have never studied medicine, never seen an operation.
I gratefully look forward to oblivion, but I must be sure of it.
I have anonymously helped many thousands.
I converse with my dog through ESP.
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