Peace is the only battle worth waging.

Albert Camus

Albert Camus

Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: French


Peace is the only battle worth waging. Albert Camus

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All normal people, I added as an after thought, had more or less desired the death of those they loved, at some point or another.

Even the small satisfaction of writing letters was denied us. It came to this: not only had the town ceased to be in touch with the rest of the world by normal means of communication, but also—according to a second notification—all correspondence was forbidden, to obviate the risk of letters' carrying infection outside the town.

The world I live in is loathsome to me, but I feel one with the men who suffer in it.

To feel absolutely right is the beginning of the end.

Idleness is fatal only to the mediocre.

Am I happy or unhappy? It's not a very important question.

Instead of killing and dying in order to produce the being that we are not, we have to live and let live in order to create what we are.

There is a certain freedom of enjoyment that defines true civilization. And the Spanish are among the few peoples in Europe who are civilized.

It was just then that I noticed they were all sitting opposite me, around the caretaker, nodding their heads. For a split second, I had the ridiculous feeling that they were there to judge me.

It is impossible to give a clear account of the world, but art can teach us to reproduce it-just as the world reproduces itself in the course of its eternal gyrations. The primordial sea indefatigably repeats the same words and casts up the same astonished beings on the same sea-shore.

In the middle of Winter I discovered within myself an invincible Summer.

It's common knowledge that life isn't worth living, anyhow.

They always think one commits suicide for a reason. But it's quite possible to commit suicide for two reasons.

There are accidents that last the whole life.