But Confucius has answered them with the final whistle, it’s all over. Germany, having trounced England’s famous midfield trio of Bentham, Locke and Hobbes in the semi-final, have been beaten by the odd goal.
Don’t let it suffocate
Let it breathe
Don’t drown its word
Let it talk
Don’t doubt its wisdom
Let it think
But when its time, just let it flow
And let it go
Let It Go, by Mollie Altucher, age 10
— Milan Kundera (via thankyoudk)
— Massimo Vingelli (via hausofkim)
Sartre felt strongly that love was not about possession. To him, a more generous kind of love meant loving the other person as a free generous being. When Beauvoir raised the thorny question of jealousy, Sartre said that if they told each other everything, they would never feel excluded from each other’s lives. They should have no secrets from each other. In their love affairs, doubts, insecurities, and obsessions, they should aim for complete openness. He called it “transparency”.
— Hazel Rowley on Tete-A-Tete: The Tumultuous Lives & Loves Of Simone De Beauvoir & Jean-Paul Sartre"