Remembrance: Marcel Proust #58

Remembrance: Marcel Proust
Part #58
Moments from
“Remembrance of Things Past”


“Reality is never more
than a first step
towards an unknown
on the road
to which one
can never progress
very far.”

― Marcel Proust

“The real voyage
of discovery
consists not
in seeking new landscapes,
but in having new eyes.”

― Marcel Proust

“There are people
whose faces assume
an unaccustomed beauty
and majesty
the moment they cease
to look
out of their eyes.”

― Marcel Proust

“One becomes moral
as soon as one
is unhappy.”

― Marcel Proust

ghost of proust at grave

‘Spirit from the Past’ © j.kiley

2 thoughts on “Remembrance: Marcel Proust #58

    • Being moral. Hmm! I feel I am moral who has had immortal things happen to me out of force, not choice, from threats. Morality has nothing to do with happiness or its opposite. I am a good person most of the time but sometimes things get to me & I lose it. Justifiably so. Morality is still in check, just giving away the deserving force of justice, as I see it. Not judgmental but I try to protect myself.

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