Kirk Van Houten // Never Meant
Today’s Life Science lesson
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“We met at the wrong time. That’s what I keep telling myself anyway. Maybe one day years from now, we’ll meet in a coffee shop in a far away city somewhere and we could give it another shot.”
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"Your Heart Is a Muscle the Size of Your Fist"
Your heart is a muscle the size of your fist,
So keep on loving, keep on fighting,
And hold on, hold on, hold on for your life
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In Dostoevsky’s books everything is human, or rather, the human world is everything, including the ideals, which are turned on their heads: now they can be achieved if you give up, lose your grip, fill yourself with non-will rather than will. Humility and self-effacement, those are the ideals in Dostoevsky’s foremost novels, and inasmuch as they are never realised within the framework of the storyline, therein lies his greatness, because this is precisely a result of his own humility and self-effacement as a writer.
—Karl Ove Knausgaard, My Sturggle, Vol. 2 (A Man in Love)
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