Lessons From Albert Camus. A Dream Within a Dream.

We could die tomorrow and be forgotten about next month. Your Job will replace you, your partner will move on. Your family will never forget you but they have their own life to live. So live life to the fullest ! Be happy and appreciate every thing in life. Be at peace with yourself and learn to no worry so much….

Albert Camus is one of the greatest French writers and thinkers. He was a philosopher and author and a journalist. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957. And his most famous works are the stranger, the plague, the myth of Sisyphus, the fall under the rebel. camo is one of the most representative figures of the philosophy of the absurd, or absurdism, which is a philosophical movement having at its central hypothesis that human beings exist in a purposeless, chaotic universe. Albert Camus is sometimes referred to as an existentialist, but he rejected this term throughout his life, because he wanted to distance himself from the existentialism of Sartre,
Camus considered that absolute freedom must be balanced with absolute justice. Too much freedom leads to the situation when the strong suppress the weak, but too much justice kills freedom, and we need to live and let live.

By Heinz Duthel

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