Quote by William Shakespeare
O mischief, thou art swift to enter in the thoughts of desperate men!
This quote highlights the quick and pervasive nature of mischief, emphasizing how easily and rapidly it can infiltrate the minds of individuals in desperate situations. Desperation often heightens vulnerability and impulsiveness, leaving people more susceptible to thoughts and actions that may lead to trouble or harm. The quote serves as a cautionary reminder about the potentially destructive power of mischief, warning against allowing desperation to cloud judgement and pave the way for self-destructive behaviors.
Now I can broach the notion of suicide. It has already been felt what solution might be given. At this point the problem is reversed. It was previously a question of finding out whether or not life had to have a meaning to be lived. It now becomes clear, on the contrary, that it will be lived all the better if it has no meaning. Living an experience, a particular fate, is accepting it fully. Now, no one will live this fate, knowing it to be absurd, unless he does everything to keep before him that absurd brought to light by consciousness.