Distribution Automatique

Friday, September 19

"No man lives without jostling and being
jostled. In all ways he has to elbow himself
through the world, giving and receiving offence."

Carlyle, "Sir Walter Scott," 1838


"Job endured everything- until his friends
came to comfort him, then he grew impatient."

Kierkegaard, Journal, 1849


"A sigh can break a man in two."

The Talmud


"The return of my birthday, if I remember it, fills
me with thoughts which it seems to be the general
care of humanity to escape."

Dr Johnson, B, V, 222.