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I love you so much that nothing can matter to me—not even you. Can you understand that? Only my love—not your answer. Not even your indifference.
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“If a man should importune me to give a reason why I loved him, I find it could no otherwise be expressed, than by making answer: because it was he, because it was I.”
Michel de Montaigne
“The Essays of Michel de Montaigne”
“But nothing is so strange when one is in love (and what was this except being in love? ) as the complete indifference of other people.”
“She was at the modulating point between indifference and love, at the stage called 'having a fancy for.' It occurs once in the history of the most gigantic passions, and it is a period when they are in the hands of the weakest will.”
“The Return of the Native”
"I love you so much that nothing can matter to me—not even you. Can you understand that? Only my love—not your answer. Not even your indifference." Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead (1943).
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