Friday, October 13, 2006


The dawn when lovers leave each other's arms is the same dawn that breaks on the execution of revolutionaries without a revolution. Isolation a deux cannot confront the effect of general isolation. Pleasure is broken off prematurely and lovers find themselves naked in the world, their actions suddenly ridiculous and pointless. No love is possible in an unhappy world.

The Revolution of Everyday Life, Raoul Vaneigem

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

estás a subestimar o amor...