“Waking up from a dream can be a nightmare. We cannot stop thinking about the things that were destroyed, the people who vanished, the arms that tried to hold on to a shadow. What was real rapidly becomes befogged in the uncertainty of memory. Time was stolen too quickly and one feels bewildered to see it resume its normal pace, indifferent to the lives it drowned. And life is a long, eerie dream.”

— Henri Peña-Ruiz, Le Roman du Monde: Légendes philosophiques (via exhaled-spirals)

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