Otherness of the disaster


“There is suffering,.. but no longer any “ I” suffering, and this suffering does not make itself known in the present; it is not born into the present. It is without present, just as it is without beginning or end; time has radically changed its meaning and its flow. Time without present, I without I: this is not anything of which one could say that experience – a form of knowledge – would either reveal or conceal it.” — Blanchot


~ by cjc128 on February 19, 2009.

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