Eugene O'Neill (October 16, 1888 - November 27, 1953)
Critics? I love every bone in their heads.
I used to think getting old was about vanity- but actually it's about losing people you love. Getting wrinkles is trivial.
Life is for each man a solitary cell whose walls are mirrors.
Man's loneliness is but his fear of life.
Obsessed by a fairy tale, we spend our lives searching for a magic door and a lost kingdom of peace.
One should be either sad or joyful. Commitment is a warm sty for eaters and sleepers.
The old- like children- talk to themselves, for they have reached that hopeless wisdom of experience which knows that though one were to cry it in the streets to multitudes, or whisper it in the kiss to one's beloved, the only ears that can ever hear one's secret are one's own.
There is no present or future, only the past, happening over and over again, now.
We talk about the American Dream, and want to tell the world about the American Dream, but what is that Dream, in most cases, but the dream of material things? I sometimes think that the United States for this reason is the greatest failure the world has ever seen.
When men make Gods, there is no God.
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