Kafka

"Angels don't flyit's only that we who are observers on Earth, are unable to imagine them otherwise"

"the human nature is frivolous, has the nature of soaring dust, is unable to stand any shackles, and if people chain themselves, they soon begin to shake these fetters with insane force and to throw the walls, the chains, and themselves around the world".

                                                     Franz Kafka                                                                                                                                                                                        

 


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