Hello this is my first b1og post put onto twitter, for this I'm going to post various quotes from E.M. Cioran

"To be objective is to treat others as you treat an object, a corpse-to behave with them like an undertaker"

"What do you do from morning to night? I endure myself"

"Strange that we resign ourselves to someone's salvation and not to what fugitive advantages he may enjoy"

"Negation never proceeds from reasoning but from something more obscure and old"

"The wise man consents to everything, for he identifies himself with nothing. An opportunist without desires."

Hope you enjoy the Cioran quotes, these are from "The Trouble with Being Born", which I personally enjoy a lot and been reading through, it's been a few days, but I'm already through half of the book and about to finish, thinking of giving a short history of decay a read next after finishing this.