Amethyst的游戏  · · · · · ·  ( 想玩2 · 玩过4 )

想玩
  • 古剑奇谭三:梦付千秋星垂野
  • 塞尔达传说:旷野之息 ゼルダの伝説 ブレス オブ ザ ワイルド
玩过
  • 仙剑奇侠传三
  • 仙剑奇侠传四
  • 仙剑奇侠传
  • 弗洛伦丝 Florence

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    “孤单不是悲剧,无法孤单才是。有的时候为了不再和人的世界有任何关联,我愿意放弃一切。但这样地世界我也有一份,而最大的勇气是能够同时接受这点及其悲剧。” “我是个弱者,但我已尽了全力。” “人们看起来...
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    “要有那种选择自己所爱的力量,并坚持下去,不然还不如去死。” “一个人到了30岁,应该要对自己了如指掌,确切知道自己有哪些优缺点,晓得自己的极限在哪里,预见自己的衰颓-做他自己。尤其是接受这些。我们会...

Amethyst的书  · · · · · ·  ( 58本在读 · 203本想读 · 608本读过 )

在读
  • The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas
  • 熊镇
  • 宇宙奇趣全集
  • 莫里哀喜剧六种
  • 失踪者
想读
  • 桥・小姐
  • Şairin Romanı
  • The Bastard of Istanbul
  • 此时此地
  • 哲学树

Amethyst的音乐  · · · · · ·  ( 4张在听 · 163张想听 · 698张听过 )

在听
  • Norah Jones - Come Away with Me
  • Swans - The Gate
  • 小林武史 - All about Lily Chou-Chou
  • Bjork... - Vespertine
想听
  • Colin Stetson - Hereditary (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
  • Original Soundtrack... - 幻之光
  • Eddie Higgins Trio - Amor
  • Iceberg Theory - I See Land
  • Black Rebel Motorcycle Club... - B.R.M.C. Demos

Amethyst的电影  · · · · · ·  ( 10部在看 · 331部想看 · 1106部看过 )

Amethyst的舞台剧  · · · · · ·  ( 1部想看 · 14部看过 )

想看
  • 长夜迢迢路漫漫
看过
  • 空中花园谋杀案
  • 背叛
  • 汉密尔顿
  • 阴道独白
  • 恋爱的犀牛
2019-2023 文学PhD 新加坡/伦敦

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“I am the sum total of everything that went before me, of all I have been seen done, of everything done-to-me. I am everyone everything whose being-in-the-world affected was affected by mine. I am anything that happens after I'm gone which would not have happened if I had not come. Nor am I particularly exceptional in this matter; each ‘I’, every one of the now-six-hundred-million-plus of us, contains a similar multitude. I repeat for the last time: to understand me, you’ll have to swallow the world.”

― Salman Rushdie, Midnight's Children

你手写的文字,口出的言辞
都像尘埃一般一文不值
命运之神没有怜悯之心
上帝的长夜没有尽期
你的肉体只是时光,不停流逝的时光
你不过是每一个孤独的瞬息

― 豪尔赫·路易斯·博尔赫斯

‘According to Melanie Klein, we develop moral responses in reaction to questions of survivability. My wager is that Klein is right about that, even as she thwarts her own insight by insisting that it is the ego's survivability that is finally at issue. Why the ego? After all, if my survivability depends on a relation to others, to a "you" or a set of "yous" without whom I cannot exist, then my existence is not mine alone, but is to be found outside myself, in this set of relations that precede and exceed the boundaries of who I am.’ (Judith Butler)

“Or else the cloud hovered, having barely left the lips, dense and slow, and suggested another vision: the exhalations that hang over the roofs of the metropolises, the opaque smoke that is not scattered, the hood of miasmata that weighs over the bituminous streets. Not the labile mists of memory nor the dry transparence, but the charring of burned lives that forms a scab on the city, the sponge swollen with vital matter that no longer flows, the jam of past, present, future that blocks existences calcified in the illusion of movement: this is what you would find at the end of your journey.”

―Italo Calvino,Invisible Cities

“One never reaches home,' she said. 'But where paths that have an affinity for each other intersect, the whole world looks like home, for a time.”(Hermann Hesse)

“I loved Him, I loved Him the way I loved that helpless, wretched ghost of my own self I saw in my dreams, as if choking on the shame, rage, sinfulness, and melancholy of that ghost, as if overcome with shame at the sight of a wild animal dying in pain, or enraged by the selfishness of a spoilt son of my own. And perhaps most of all I loved Him with the stupid revulsion and stupid joy of knowing myself; my love for Him resembled the way I had become used to the futile insect-like movements of my hands and arms, the way I understood the thoughts which every day echoed against the walls of my mind and died away, the way I recognized the unique smell of sweat from my wretched body, my thinning hair, ugly mouth, the pink hand holding my pen: it was for this reason they had not been able to deceive me.”

―Orhan Pamuk, The White Castle

”在爱情中,大多数人寻觅一个永久的家园。但还有很少一些人则寻求永远的漂泊。后一种人属于犹豫者的类型。他们尽量避免与母土发生联系,他们寻找能够使他们远离家乡愁苦的人。对这样的人,他们保持着忠诚。“ (本雅明)

”Anyone who falls in love is searching for the missing pieces of themselves. So anyone who's in love gets sad when they think of their lover. It's like stepping back inside a room you have fond memories of, one you haven't seen in a long time.” (Haruki Murakami)

“She stood before him and surrendered herself to him and sky, forest, and brook all came toward him in new and resplendent colors, belonged to him, and spoke to him in his own language. And instead of merely winning a woman he embraced the entire world and every star in heaven glowed within him and sparkled with joy in his soul. He had loved and had found himself. But most people love to lose themselves.”(Hermann Hesse)

“Love is reverence, and worship, and glory, and the upward glance. Not a bandage for dirty sores. But they don't know it. Those who speak of love most promiscuously are the ones who've never felt it. They make some sort of feeble stew out of sympathy, compassion, contempt and general indifference, and they call it love. Once you've felt what it means to love as you and I know it - total passion for the total height - you're incapable of anything less.” (Ayn Rand)

“If you press me to say why I loved him, I can say no more than because he was he, and I was I.”(Michel de Montaigne)

“世上的罪恶差不多总是由愚昧无知造成的。没有见识的善良愿望会同罪恶带来同样多的损害。人总是好的比坏的多,实际问题并不在这里。但人的无知程度却有高低的差别,这就是所谓美德和邪恶的分野,而最无可救药的邪恶是这样的一种愚昧无知:自认为什么都知道,于是乎就认为有权杀人。杀人凶犯的灵魂是盲目的,如果没有真知灼见,也就没有真正的善良和崇高的仁爱。” (萨特《鼠疫》)

“The fact that young Japanese are learning Burmese, young Thais Vietnamese, young Filipinos Korean, and young Indonesians Thai is a good omen. They are learning to escape from the coconuthalf-shell,and beginning to see a huge sky above them. Therein lies the possibility of parting with egotism or narcissism. It is important to keep in mind that to learn a language is not simply to learn a linguistic means of communication. It is also to learn the way of thinking and feeling of a people who speak and write a language which is different from ours. It is to learn the history and culture underlying their thoughts and emotions and so to learn to empathize with them.”

— Benedict Anderson, A Life Beyond Boundaries: A Memoir

‘When I left England eighteen years ago, I didn’t know then how strangely departure would obliterate return: how could I have known? It’s one of time’s lessons, and can only be learned temporally. What is peculiar, even a little bitter, about living for so many years away from the country of my birth is the slow revelation that I made a large choice many years ago that did not resemble a large choice at the time; that it has taken years for me to see this; and that this process of retrospective comprehension in fact constitutes a life—is indeed how life is lived. Freud has a wonderful word, “afterwardness,” which I need to borrow, even at the cost of kidnapping it from its very different context. To think about home and the departure from home, about not going home and no longer feeling able to go home, is to be filled with a remarkable sense of “afterwardness”: it is too late to do anything about it now, and too late to know what should have been done. And that may be all right.’

—James Wood, The Nearest Thing to Life

"The only artists I have ever known who are personally delightful are bad artists. Good artists exist simply in what they make, and consequently are perfectly uninteresting in what they are. A great poet, a really great poet, is the most unpoetical of all creatures. But inferior poets are absolutely fascinating. The worse their rhymes are, the more picturesque they look. The mere fact of having published a book of second-rate sonnets makes a man quite irresistible. He lives the poetry that he cannot write. The others write the poetry that they dare not realize." (The Picture of Dorian Gray)

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