Arthur Schopenhauer about boredom (“Studies in Pessimism”, 1891) - If the world were a paradise of luxury and ease, a land flowing with milk and honey, where every Jack obtained his Jill at once and without any difficulty, men would either die of boredom or hang themselves
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If the world were a paradise of luxury and ease, a land flowing with milk and honey, where every Jack obtained his Jill at once and without any difficulty, men would either die of boredom or hang themselves
 Arthur SchopenhauerStudies in Pessimism (1891). copy citation

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Translated by T. Bailey Saunders
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