He does not think of himself as difficult work
He does not think of himself as difficult
He does not think of himself
He does not think
He does not
‘We are only looking to fill a void, we cannot bear the pain: the affirmation of this void. Who could agree to receive its insignificance – an insignificance so enormous that we do not have a memory capable of containing it and such that we ourselves must already slip into oblivion in order to sustain it – this time of slippage, the very enigma this insignificance represents? Everything we say tends to veil this one affirmation: that everything must fade and that we can remain loyal only so long as we watch over this fading movement to which something in us that rejects all memory already belongs’.
Friendship - Maurice Blanchot