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Life is a moment-to-moment struggle against hunger or cold or sleeplessness, against a sour stomach or an aching tooth.
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“Nothing is easier than to admit in words the truth of the universal struggle for life, or more difficult—at least I found it so—than constantly to bear this conclusion in mind.”
“On The Origin of Species”
“Death was not the opposite of life. It was already here, within my being, it had always been here, and no struggle would permit me to forget that.”
“I started my life with a single absolute: that the world was mine to shape in the image of my highest values and never to be given up to a lesser standard, no matter how long or hard the struggle”
"Life is a moment-to-moment struggle against hunger or cold or sleeplessness, against a sour stomach or an aching tooth." George Orwell, 1984 (1949).
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