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Written on June 30, 2005, and categorized as Secret and Invisible.
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Who wrote: “Comfort, unnoticed at the feast, enters smiling at the funeral” ?

Hermann Hesse, maybe? Please tell me, if you know.

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This thing has 2 Comments

  1. RuKsaK
    Posted 1 July, 2005 at 1:11 am | Permalink

    Sorry, I don’t know if that’s Hesse, but I am a fan of his and one of my favourite quotations from the man is:
    ‘When dealing with the insane, the best method is to pretend to be sane.’

  2. StoryCharms
    Posted 1 July, 2005 at 11:20 pm | Permalink

    I don’t remember reading that one, but he did say:
    ‘The call of death is a call of love. Death can be sweet if we answer it in the affirmative, if we accept it as one of the great eternal forms of life and transformation.’

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