things of little relevance


at least i’m not quoting bright eyes
September 30, 2009, 8:46 pm
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From Karl Marx, “Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844,” The Marx-Engels Reader

If you love without evoking love in return—that is, if your loving as loving does not produce reciprocal love; if through a living expression of yourself as a loving person you do not make yourself a loved person, then your love is impotent—a misfortune.

Marx explains it all.

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someone has to do it:

“How grateful I was then to be part of the mystery,
to love and to be loved. Let’s just hope that is enough.”

Comment by Perri




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