in every parting there is an image of death -> σε κάθε αποχωρισμό υπάρχει μια εικόνα του θανάτου

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in every parting there is an image of death -> σε κάθε αποχωρισμό υπάρχει μια εικόνα του θανάτου

Δεν μπόρεσα να βρω το αναφερόμενο παρακάτω:

«Κάθε αποχωρισμός είναι ένας μικρός θάνατος», λέει ο (η) George Eliot
Κάθε αποχωρισμός είναι ένας μικρός θάνατος – Sprachkünstler


Φυσικά υπάρχουν πολλές παραλλαγές, όπως του Σόπενχαουερ:

Jede Trennung gibt einen Vorgeschmack des Todes und jedes Wiedersehen einen Vorgeschmack der Auferstehung.
(Every parting gives a foretaste of death, every reunion a hint of the resurrection.)
— Arthur Schopenhauer
« Last Edit: 09 Feb, 2021, 11:30:34 by spiros »


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George Eliot, Scenes of Clerical Life, "Amos Barton" Chapter 10 (middle). True, and the converse is an intriguing thought: perhaps religion itself was born from our experience of parting and reunion. Since death is so reminiscent of previous partings, we come to expect, assign, believe in a reunion from that parting as well. At the same time, religious eschatology — the end of the world as we know it — may come from experience of a loved one’s death.
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The sad good-byes had all been said before that last evening; and after all the packing was done and all the arrangements were made, Amos felt the oppression of that blank interval in which one has nothing left to think of but the dreary future--the separation from the loved and familiar, and the chilling entrance on the new and strange. In every parting there is an image of death.
Scenes of Clerical Life by George Eliot: Chapter 10


 

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