And now I want to show you a quote from Céline:
“As long as we're young, we manage to find excuses for the stoniest indifference, the most blatant caddishness, we put them down to emotional eccentricity or some sort of romantic inexperience. But later on, when life shows us how much cunning, cruelty, and malice are required just to keep the body at ninety-eight point six, we catch on, we know the scene, we begin to understand how much swinishness it takes to make up a past. Just take a close look at yourself and the degree of rottenness you've come to. There's no mystery about it, no more room for fairy tales; if you've lived this long, it's because you've squashed any poetry you had in you.”
― Louis-Ferdinand Céline
Based on these two quotes above and one sentence (?from the Bible) : "The truth will set you free", I would like to write here about how less depressed some people would be in my opinion if other people would stop to glorify "the truths", and start to speak, act and live more honestly.
The problem is of course that when lot of people tell the same lie, the ones who do not believe in it are the ones who seem crazy. Anyways..This is my little contribution to the good cause.
You have to learn to behave and use the language everyone else speaks, collect money, experience etc.And THEN when you did all of this, then yes, you can really succeed. But you have to take care of your soul and nerves a lot until you do so, and learn to distance yourself from certain things you still must to dive in.
I dedicate this post to ML who is the most intelligent person I met lately, and who made me start to read books again :).