„Suffering passes, but the fact of having suffered never passes.“

—  Léon Bloy

Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 19, Association of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry., 1984 [Association of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry., 1984]

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