Fragment: The Road Toward the Park

04/09/2021

I WANT TO VOMIT EACH FUCKING TIME I SEE THEIR FACE! And I don’t know why.

I can hear them giggle, I can hear my laugh, I can hear me talk with that voice which was so filled with wonder and joy and hope.

“The [eternal] return unmotivates the moment, frees life of ends and thereby initially destroys it”.[1] I want Bataille’s idea of the eternal return. I want to be so free that I am free of life. I don’t want the moment to be motivated for an end, I just want the moment itself.

Bibliography

Bataille, Georges, and Stuart Kendall. On Nietzsche. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2016.

References

[1]: Georges Bataille and Stuart Kendall, On Nietzsche (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2016), 14.

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How sweet terror is, not a single line, or a ray of morning sunlight fails to contain the sweetness of anguish. - Georges Bataille

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How sweet terror is, not a single line, or a ray of morning sunlight fails to contain the sweetness of anguish. - Georges Bataille