TODAY WE ARE ALL SØRENS

Søren Kierkegaard,

some time between 1838.05.05 and 1838.08.08:

"Only now and then did I find a little relief in the thought that my father had the heavy duty of consoling us with the comfort of religion, of preparing us all, so that a better world would be open to us if we were to lose all in this; even if there were to fall upon us that punishment which the Jews devoutly wished for their foes: that our remembrance would be cut off from the earth, and our name blotted out."

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