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  • My poverty is not complete: it lacks me.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • He who has seen everything empty itself is close to knowing what everything is filled with.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • Whatever I take, I take too much or too little; I do not take the exact amount. The exact amount is no use to me.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • He who does not know how to create should not know.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • They will say you are on the wrong road, if it is your own.
    (Antonio Porchia)


  • God has given a great deal to man, but man would like something from man.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • One lives in the hope of becoming a memory.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • That in man which cannot be domesticated is not his evil but his goodness.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • You do not see the river of mourning because it lacks one tear of your own.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • What we pay for with our lives never costs too much.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • In a full heart there is room for everything, and in an empty heart there is room for nothing.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • Certainties are arrived at only on foot.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • The chains that bind us the most closely are the ones we have broken.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • If you are good to this one and that one, this one and that one will say that you are good. If you are good to everyone, no one will say that you are good.
    (Antonio Porchia)

  • The children whom nobody leads by the hand are the children who know they are children.
    (Antonio Porchia)


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