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[[sheet one]] [[crossed out]] Since [[/crossed out]] the dream exits as an eternal threat for it [[crossed out]] embraces a [[/crossed out]] mirrors [[crossed out]] out [[/crossed out]] our love and hate - we [[crossed out]] tend to [[??]] [/crossed out]] kill it - & compromise is called wisdom. (To the extent we cannot accept it, we kill those who come closer. [[sheet 2]] To the extent we cannot accept our dreams which mirror our love [[crossed out]] as well as [[/crossed out]] and hate we [[crossed out]] tend [[/crossed out]] kill the ones who can - and comprise is [[crossed out]] defended as wisdom [[/crossed out]] called knowing -
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