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Danka Popovska‘s Today’s Memory

Danka Popovska‘s Today’s Memory

Danka Popovska‘s Today’s Memory


In memoriam Franz Kafka

3 July 1883 – 3 June 1924

Originally shared by Danka Popovska

Happy Deathday, Dear Franz! “One of the first signs of the beginning of understanding is the wish to die. This life appears unbearable, another unattainable. One is no longer ashamed of wanting to die; one asks to be moved from the old cell, which one hates, to a new one, which one willl only in time come to hate. In this there is also a residue of belief that during the move the master will chance to come along the corridor, look at the prisoner and say: „This man is not to be locked up again, He is to come with me.”

― Franz Kafka, Blue Octavo Notebooks

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