martes, 20 de mayo de 2014

André Gide (IV)


 Because I do not want to remember', he replied. 'I should be afraid
of preventing the future and of allowing the past to encroach on me.
It is out of the utter forgetfulness of yesterday that I create every
new hour’s freshness. It is never enough for me to have been happy. I
do not believe in dead things and cannot distinguish between being no
more and never having been
… I don’t like looking backwards and I leave my past behind me as the
bird leaves his shade to fly away.

-André Gide (The immoralist) 

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