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모든 일에는 일어나는 이유가 있다
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Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
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"The ancients waited for cherry blossoms, grieved when they were gone, and lamented their passing in countless poems. How very ordinary the poems had seemed to Sachiko when she read them as a girl, but now she knew, as well as one could know, that grieving over fallen cherry blossoms was more than a fad or convention."
Jun’ichirō Tanizaki, The Makioka Sisters (via vintageanchorbooks)
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"Our lives are like a complex musical score, Tsukuru thought. Filled with all sorts of cryptic writing, sixteenth and thirty-second notes and other strange signs. It’s next to impossible to correctly interpret these, and even if you could, and then could transpose them into the correct sounds, there’s no guarantee that people would correctly understand, or appreciate, the meaning therein. No guarantee it would make people happy. Why must the workings of people’s lives be so convoluted?"
Haruki Murakami - Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage (via murakamistuff)
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Edouard Levé, Suicide
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"Let the disappointment take you out of your head, and into your heart, into your living body. Breathe. Be present. Stay very close to yourself in this time of change. Feel everything. Everything."
Jeff Foster (via abiding-in-peace)