To fall in love is to create a religion that has a fallible god.
By: Jorge Luis Borges
To be immortal is commonplace; except for man, all creatures are immortal, for they are ignorant of death; what is divine, terrible, incomprehensible, is to know that one is immortal.
The flattery of posterity is not worth much more than contemporary flattery, which is worth nothing.
Like all writers, he measured the achievements of others by what they had accomplished, asking of them that they measure him by what he envisaged or planned.
I cannot walk through the suburbs in the solitude of the night without thinking that the night pleases us because it suppresses idle details, just as our memory does.
There is a concept that is the corrupter and destroyer of all others. I speak not of Evil, whose limited empire is that of ethics; I speak of the infinite.
In the order of literature, as in others, there is no act that is not the coronation of an infinite series of causes and the source of an infinite series of effects.
Art always opts for the individual, the concrete; art is not Platonic.
My undertaking is not difficult, essentially. I should only have to be immortal to carry it out.
The central problem of novel-writing is causality.
Reading is an activity subsequent to writing: more resigned, more civil, more intellectual.
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.
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