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Arthur Schopenhauer Quote – “Nothing can trouble him more…”

Nothing can trouble him more, nothing can move him, for he has cut all the thousand cords of will which hold us bound to the world… as desire, fear, envy, anger, drag us here and there in constant pain. He now looks back smiling and at rest on the delusions of the world, which once were able to move and agonize his spirit also.

Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 – 1860)

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