Days [ ) A true grace | Albert Camus, 1937

Albert Camus, 1937

“When I was young, I expected from people more than they could give: neverending friendship and constant excitement. Now I expect less than they can actually can give: to stay close silently. And their feelings, friendship, noble deeds always seem like a miracle to me: a true grace.”

Albert Camus, Notebooks 1935-1942


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