Zitat

A true reve­la­tion, it seems to me, will only emerge from stubborn con­cen­tra­tion on a soli­tary pro­blem. I am not in league with inven­tors or adven­tu­rers, nor with tra­vel­lers to exo­tic desti­na­ti­ons. The surest – also the qui­ckest – way to awake the sense of won­der in our­sel­ves is to look intently, unde­ter­red, at a sin­gle object. Sud­denly, mira­cu­lously, it will reveal its­elf as some­thing we have never seen before.

— Cesare Pavese, ital. Schrift­stel­ler (1908–1950)

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