Each of us is more than one person, many people, a proliferation of our one self. That’s why the same person who scorns his surroundings is different from the person who is gladdened or made to suffer by them. – Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet “The moment I open my eyes reality turns unelectrified” is a nifty line from poet...
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