A man whose mind feels that it is captive would prefer to blind himself to the fact.
But if he hates falsehood, he will not do so; and in that case he will have to suffer a lot.
He will beat his head against the wall until he faints.
He will come to again and look with terror at the wall, until one day he begins afresh to beat his head against it; and once again he will faint.
And so on endlessly and without hope.
One day he will wake up on the other side of the wall.
- Simone Weil
Thursday, May 31, 2001
In the Beginning -my first experience of OCD
Wednesday, May 24, 2000
Some thoughts on Isolation
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