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It is not the satisfaction of the will that causes pleasure, but rather the will’s forward thrust and again and again becoming master over that which stands in its way. The feeling of pleasure lies precisely in the dissatisfaction of the will, in the fact that the will is never satisfied unless it has opponents and resistance.

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Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power (via whyallcaps)
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Morning at Antibes, Claude Monet
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"My death is mine in a radical sense; it is the moment at which all my relations to others disappear. […] When I take on board the possibility of my own not-Being, my own being-able-to-Be is brought into proper view. Hence my awareness of my own death as an omnipresent possibility discloses the authentic self (a self that is mine). Moreover, […] the possibility of my not existing encompasses the whole of my existence, and my awareness of that possibility illuminates me, qua Dasein, in my totality."
Martin Heidegger (via whyallcaps)