Nothing is true and all is allowed

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4 thoughts on “Nothing is true and all is allowed”

  1. To move from thought to action, and back, effortlessly and without repression or regret. Like the tide — a division which itself shifts and flows…But the rhythm of the flow is difficult to detect.

    If I may be permitted to add that there is a huge difference — an ocean of subtlety — between the words “permitted” and “allowed”.

    I believe I’m allowed to say that…

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