Phantasmagoria

g̮̗͈̺͚͎͍͐̋͒̔ͅe̴̱̯̞ͮ̔̾̓̀̋̿̃̋͠t̴̥̣͎̻̉̉̑̉͝t̡̧̩̰͓͖̼̓͛̆́i̴̤̜̫͓̥̗̰͓͔̇͂͑͗ͭ͢͞n͓̟̞̯̥̳͎͕̝ͨ͆ͩ̇̾́͡g̴̵̜̫͊͋ͫ̍̊͌̆͑͊ ͔̠̣̣̐̀̀͠ͅȟ̞͖̘̞̖͓ͬ͌̍̉̔ͫ̋ͅí̷̝̚ͅg̢̬̠͈̳ͦ͆̍͛͛́̈̚h̶̰̙͈ͩ͆̑͌̓ͪ͌̐ ̰͕̃ͧͤ̊͌͝ͅȍ̶͍͕͍̠̰̗̣̄̈͒n̶̢̘͖͉̼̣̔ͫ͊ͬ̇͗ͩ̃ ͓̰̌̒v̵̤̠̭̩̦̞̲͛̉͗ͩ͊̽ȋ̴͎͎͉̼̭̓̋̎ͤo̢̲̺̝̺̙̅̅̕͢ḽ̵̰͔̹͎̰͌̍̾̈́͡ē̮̗̩̂ͫ͐̀͛ͬ̍͡n̴̶̤͖͍̤͋̆ͦ̚͠c̥͎̦̫͈̮̫̓ͬ̀̃͑ͯ́e̫̦̬̩͓̭͇̐͗ͧ͋ ̵̯̦̲̟͙̰̖̒̔̒ͦͨ̊͘͠b̶̧̠̯͇̭͖͆ͯ́ȃͩ҉̷͈͓͉b̻̥̫̒ͣ͑̀ͅy̥̦̫̬͔̞̦̤̎́

I have seen the truth; I have seen and I know that people can be beautiful and happy without losing the power of living on earth. I will not and cannot believe that evil is the normal condition of mankind. And it is just this faith of mine that they laugh at. But how can I help believing it? I have seen the truth — it is not as though I had invented it with my mind, I have seen it, seen it, and the living image of it has filled my soul for ever. I have seen it in such full perfection that I cannot believe that it is impossible for people to have it.
— Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Dream of a Ridiculous Man (1877)

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I have in my own life merely carried to the extreme that which you have never ventured to carry even halfway; and what’s more, you’ve regarded your cowardice as prudence, and found comfort in deceiving yourselves. So that, in face, I may be even more “alive” than you are.
Notes From Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky
I love this book, but quotes just don’t sound right out of context

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