Love and Madness


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4 thoughts on “Love and Madness

  1. He’s too reasoned by far. I suspect that he never abandoned himself to the wild roller coaster ride of falling deeply, helplessly, madly in love. He was probably too concerned about whether it arrived and departed on time.

  2. Don’t know for sure, but he also said: “Whatever is done for love always occurs beyond good and evil.” Friedrich Nietzsche, This is one of my favorites just because it seems so passionate. Of course he could be talking about something other than love of a woman such as love of country, duty, cause.

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