There was an early psychological model of fear that I developed based on my observation of people. Most people fear obstacles or what gets in the way of their biological goals. I grew up among psychopaths, making them afraid was useless, I have a habit of resulting to wanting to kill those who get in my way or the way of my plans. So getting in my way doesn't make me afraid of you, it makes me want to kill you.
As much as you might cringe in pain (momentarily that is) remember those who truly love you? Their words, their sincerity, their values, their morals, their hopes for you? Never-never fade with time. - CL
Born 1913 in Algeria, Albert Camus studied philosophy, worked in political journalism and wrote fiction and essays. Also active as theatre producer and playwright, he didn't believe in God. Did he go too far? Did he find the truth? Will you?