quinta-feira, 12 de dezembro de 2013

- Leaving The World, Douglas Kennedy

There is a profound, vast gulf between understanding something that completely changes the contours of your life and accepting the terrible reality of that situation. The rational side of your brain - the part that tells you: ‘This is what happened, it can’t be rectified, and you must now somehow grapple with the aftermath’ - is always trumped by an angry, overwrought voice. It’s a voice railing at the unfairness of life, at the awful things we do to ourselves and each other; a voice which then insidiously whispers: and maybe it’s all your fault."

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