“Even when you want to die, you do it with an implicit regret for your own desire. I want to die, but…”

“Even when you want to die, you do it with an implicit regret for your own desire. I want to die, but I am sorry that I want to die. This is the feeling experienced by those who abandon themselves to nothingness.”

Emil Cioran, “Weariness and Agony,” On the Heights of Despair (via emilcioran)

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