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Emil Cioran Quote: “A book is a suicide postponed.”

A book is a suicide postponed.

— Emil Cioran



Emil Cioran Quote: “We cannot be normal and alive at the same time.”

We cannot be normal and alive at the same time.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Not to be born is undoubtedly the best plan of all. Unfortunately, it is within no one’s reach.”

Not to be born is undoubtedly the best plan of all. Unfortunately, it is within no one’s reach.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Music is the refuge of souls ulcerated by happiness.”

Music is the refuge of souls ulcerated by happiness.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Insomnia is a vertiginous lucidity that can convert paradise itself into a place of torture.”

Insomnia is a vertiginous lucidity that can convert paradise itself into a place of torture.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “I feel completely detached from any country, any group. I am a metaphysically displaced person.”

I feel completely detached from any country, any group. I am a metaphysically displaced person.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “The fact that life has no meaning is a reason to live – moreover, the only one.”

The fact that life has no meaning is a reason to live – moreover, the only one.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Since all life is futility, then the decision to exist must be the most irrational of all.”

Since all life is futility, then the decision to exist must be the most irrational of all.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Consciousness is nature’s nightmare.”

Consciousness is nature’s nightmare.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “The limit of every pain is an even greater pain.”

The limit of every pain is an even greater pain.

— Emil Cioran



Emil Cioran Quote: “There is no limit to suffering.”

There is no limit to suffering.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Is it possible that existence is our exile and nothingness our home?”

Is it possible that existence is our exile and nothingness our home?

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “I would like to go mad on one condition, namely, that I would become a happy madman, lively and always in a good mood, without any troubles and obsessions, laughing senselessly from morning to night.”

I would like to go mad on one condition, namely, that I would become a happy madman, lively and always in a good mood, without any troubles and obsessions, laughing senselessly from morning to night.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “The sole means of protecting your solitude is to offend everyone, beginning with those you love.”

The sole means of protecting your solitude is to offend everyone, beginning with those you love.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Man starts over again everyday, in spite of all he knows, against all he knows.”

Man starts over again everyday, in spite of all he knows, against all he knows.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “What music appeals to in us it is difficult to know; what we do know is that music reaches a zone so deep that madness itself cannot penetrate there.”

What music appeals to in us it is difficult to know; what we do know is that music reaches a zone so deep that madness itself cannot penetrate there.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “I dream of a language whose words, like fists, would fracture jaws.”

I dream of a language whose words, like fists, would fracture jaws.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “The truly solitary being is not the man who is abandoned by men, but the man who suffers in their midst, who drags his desert through the marketplace and deploys his talents as a smiling leper, a mountebank of the irreparable.”

The truly solitary being is not the man who is abandoned by men, but the man who suffers in their midst, who drags his desert through the marketplace and deploys his talents as a smiling leper, a mountebank of the irreparable.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “No one recovers from the disease of being born, a deadly wound if there ever was one.”

No one recovers from the disease of being born, a deadly wound if there ever was one.

— Emil Cioran


Emil Cioran Quote: “Sometimes I wish I were a cannibal – less for the pleasure of eating someone than for the pleasure of vomiting him.”

Sometimes I wish I were a cannibal – less for the pleasure of eating someone than for the pleasure of vomiting him.

— Emil Cioran


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