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Uta no Prince sama Purinsu clear file folder official Japan Camus- the mean then nice guy!

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Why does my life and what I do concern you? Thought you have the perfect life.if it's so dam perfect stay the hell out of mine!

Quote Of The Day: December 13, 2013 - The realization that life is absurd cannot be an end, but only a beginning. — Albert Camus

Quote Of The Day: December 13, 2013

Camus is saying that the sooner you accept your life, the sooner you can be happy. Learning to cope with deaths and create good family relationships help create happiness.

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“The Don Draper of Existentialism”

This is the basic definition of integrity, and how we live our highest purpose, whatever that may be.

La seconda che hai detto (cit. Corrado Guzzanti) Honestly, Existentialism is contained all in this sentence.

Suicide is referenced in the novel frequently by the Meursault as a way to escape his life. However, Meursault could never go through with it because he would rather do nothing than make a decision that would impact his life.

Quote on mental health stigma - Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.

Quote on mental health stigma - Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. OMG-so on point

#Camus was a French Existentialist, who was close both personally and philosophically with Sartre and De Beauvoir. Like them, he began with the simple claim that there were no objective laws and rules to life that could guide us. Humans had no ‘purpose’ (as Aristotle argued), there was no Moral Law (Kant), nor was there some afterlife to come. In his Myth of Sisyphus, Camus highlights what he sees as the Absurdity of existence. In the Myth, Sisyphus was destined to push a rock up a…

was a French Existentialist, who was close both personally and philosophically with Sartre and De Beauvoir. Like them, he began with the simple claim that there were no objective laws and rules to life that could guide us. Humans had no.

In the middle of winter​, ​I discovered ​within myself an invincible summer. — Albert Camus, French author

In the middle of winter​, ​I discovered ​within myself an invincible summer. — Albert Camus, French author (I'd leave off "in the middle of winter" for a tattoo)

Inner Optics, Albert Camus & Francine Faure

Albert Camus & Francine Faure, a very sad love story