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THE BLUE OCTAVO NOTEBOOKS

Adam's first domestic pet after the expulsion from Paradise was the serpent.

If what is supposed to have been destroyed in Paradise was indestructible, then it was not decisive; but if it was indestructible, then we are living in a fake belief.

They were given the chance of becoming kings or the kings' messengers. As is the way with children, they all wanted to be messengers. That is why there are only messengers, racing through the world and, since there are no kings, calling out to each other the messages that have now become meaningless. They would gladly put an end to their miserable life, but they do not dare to do so because of their oath of loyalty.

Truth is indivisible, hence it cannot recognize itself; anyone who wants to recognize it has to be a lie.

The fact that our task is exactly commensurate with our life gives it the appearance of being infinite.

Art flies around truth, but with the definite intention of not getting burnt. Its capacity lies in finding in the dark void a place where the beam of light can be intensely caught, without this having been perceptible before.

He runs after facts like a beginner learning to skate, who, furthermore, practices somewhere where it is forbidden.