What kind of world is this that can send machines to Mars and does nothing to stop the killing of a human being?
Perhaps it is the language that chooses the writers it needs, making use of them so that each might express a tiny part of what it is.
I think we are blind. Blind people who can see, but do not see.
It is difficult to understand these people who democratically take part in elections and a referendum, but are then incapable of democratically accepting the will of the people.
Look what happened with the employment law in France-the law was withdrawn because the people marched in the streets. I think what we need is a global protest movement of people who won't give up.
People live with the illusion that we have a democratic system, but it's only the outward form of one. In reality we live in a plutocracy, a government of the rich.
Blind people do not need a name, I am my voice, nothing else matters.
No, there are three people in a marriage, there's the woman, there's the man, and there's what I call the third person, the most important, the person who is composed of the man and woman together.
Destiny isn't taken in by people trying to make what came first come afterwards.
Earthenware is like people, it needs to be well treated.
... because contrary to what people say, two weaknesses don't make for a still greater weakness, but for renewed strength...
Americans have discovered the fragility of life, that ominous fragility that the rest of the world either already experienced or is experiencing now with terrible intensity.
No life is without its lies.
We would know far more about life's complexities if we applied ourselves to the close study of its contradictions instead of wasting so much time on similarities and connections, which should anyway, be self-explanatory.
Life is like that, full of words that are not worth saying or that were worth saying once but not any more, each word that we utter will take up the space of another more deserving word not deserving in its own right, but because of the possible consequences of saying it.