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We part only to be more intimately one, more divinely at peace with all, with each other.
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We die that we may live. I do not choose; I do not reflect.
Holderlin and Benjamin
There is a power in me, and I know not if it is myself that drives me to this step. So do we stand trying to hold back everchanging Fate.
Oh, that it were possible but to watch it as peacefully and meditatively as we do the circling stars. Surely this stone, inasmuch as it is conscious only of its own effort, and is far from indifferent, will believe that it is completely free, and that it continues in holderlin poemas de la locura for no other reason than because it wants to.
And such is the human freedom which all men boast that they possess, and which consists solely in this, that men are conscious of their desire, and ignorant of the causes by which they are determined.
Frases de Friedrich Hölderlin
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