„Joy came always after pain.“

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escritor francés 1880 - 1918
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„My joy is as painful as my pain.“

—  Fernando Pessoa, libro Libro del desasosiego

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—  Joseph Campbell American mythologist, writer and lecturer 1904 - 1987

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