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It Ain’t Anybody’s Fault

“We all die and disappear, but that’s because the mechanism of the world itself is built on destruction and loss. Our lives are just shadows of that guiding principle. Say the wind blows. It can be strong, violent wind or a gentle breeze. But eventually, every kind of wind dies out and dissapear. You should listen carefully, and then you’ll understand the metaphor.” 

Kafka On The Shore – Haruki Murakami



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