Diaries of Franz Kafka.                             

Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings
Alexander Art, Abstract idealism, abstract paintings, non-figurative paintings

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... Now all the pieces of the story are running around the world like homeless people, and they chase me, to the opposite side. And that's fine, if I could find the right explanation.

Insomnia, almost complete; tormented by dreams, as if they are clawing at me, like at unyielding material.

All of the coldness of this world was revealed to me, and I have to warm it with a flame, and I’m now only preparing to set out on a search for this flame.

…approximation of an exciting state in which there is no limit to my capabilities, and then I find no rest because of the continuous hum - it oppressively drones within me, but I have no time to appease it. Ultimately, this hum is nothing other than a subdued, restrained harmony; if released into freedom, it has entirely filled me, expanded and again filled me.​

This fear is always expressed in the fact that I have on occasion, not at the desk, think up the introductory phrases to what I should write, and they immediately strike me as unsuitable, dry, they fall apart long before the end and with their protrusive fracturing they presage a woeful ending.

It's hard to buck up and at the same time I'm worried. When this afternoon I was lying in bed and someone quickly turned the key in the lock, I felt as if my whole body was in locks, like on a carnival costume, and in short intervals, first here and then there the locks were first clicking shut, and then being released one by one.

A special way of thinking. It is steeped in feelings. Everything, even the most vague, is perceived as a thought.

I hunt for designs. I walk into a room and I see in the corner their whitish interlacement.

Eternal childhood. Again the call of life.