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„The average life of mammals is 800 million heartbeats. In human terms, that's 19 years. If we didn’t live so long, the human world would be a delightfully unambiguous place. Nineteen — that's exactly the age when bright black and white vision begins to soak up grey nuances,* as one slowly becomes pliable, caving in to compromise.
To mature into the age of reproduction, to beget children and die. Children raising children — this is exactly what "mature" educators are scared of the most. I take great pains to return to a state of consciousness in which the recognition of what is really important (fun, love, friendship, sex) and distinguishing right and wrong (which some adults assert doesn't exist) is the most natural possible thing. And dealing with something other than what you want is just wasting time.
A general and also a personal problem is that I am living longer than what I was made to** (and if there were no doctors, it would be just those 19 years).“
"My wife Erika insists that I incorporate into the contract a stipulation stating that if I go from my new
post straight to jail, I’m to be imprisoned in Vinaøice
(a village about 3 km from our home)."
Excerpts from the book.
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