„The only true form of freedom, the only ethical form of freedom, is through self-limitation. It is not the privilege of choosing everything you want in your life, but choosing what you will give up in your life.“

—  Mark Manson, livro Everything Is Fucked

Editado por Martin Svoboda. Última atualização 3 de Junho de 2021. História
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American writer and blogger 1984

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