„Love doesn’t go away because we want it to, but remains even when it becomes a searing pain, leaving the heart a desert of bitter remorse and grief for joy, a happiness that once has been and now never could return. There had been a time when simply to touch this little bit of linen he held now so casually brought every aching moment of that love back. The sense of desolate pain-drenched loss traveled up his arm, enclosing his heart like a set of icy fingers. A time when to look upon what it held was unbearable“

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When I think of my people, broken down,
broken by disease in mind and limb.“

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„Happy is he who has laid up in his youth, and held fast in all fortune, a genuine and passionate love of reading.“

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