A suffering worthy of its name is a happy suffering

I live in my suffering and that makes me happy. Anything that keeps me from living in my suffering is unbearable to meRoland Barthes To suffer happily is to confirm what negates oneself by refusing to forget one’s suffering, to exist for what threatens one’s existence by refusing to escape what destructs oneself, to welcome … Continue reading A suffering worthy of its name is a happy suffering

suffering; one becoming another, separated-ness

No, it is not me, it is someone else who suffers.I, I could not have suffered thus.Anna Akhmatova Suffering is the breaking up, a dispersion, of a “self”, a disintegration of the “I”. One becomes neither more nor less than “oneself”, but scattered-ness, otherness and others, separated from each other by a disbelief; the impossibility … Continue reading suffering; one becoming another, separated-ness