Thursday, August 16, 2012


Albert Camus, by Henri Cartier-Bresson
"Hostile to the past, impatient of the present, and cheated of the future, we were much like those whom men's justice, or hatred, forces to live behind prison bars."

Camus, liberating the people of Oran, ridding them of the plague; showing us the reflection of our own prisons. It sucks to be a quote slut but words this significant to the inner struggles and freedom ought to be passed. He would have written more, thus ridding us more guilt in the process.

We face plagues today: indifference, moral decay and so on. So far, we may be at the losing end.

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