But there is nothing enduring in the world, and therefore even joy in the second minute is already not as acute as in the first; in the third minute it becomes still weaker and finally merges unnoticeably with the usual condition of the soul, as a circle on the water, caused by the fall of a pebble, finally merges with the smooth surface.
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Biography
Profession:
Writer
Nationality:
Russian
Born:
March 31, 1809
Died:
March 4, 1852