Great thoughts and deeds may have ridiculous roots

But the divine integrity has no need of earthly rules

While a work of art is a way to confess a guilty conscience

Once adult, everyone is responsible for his appearance
 

An intellectual mind should be its true watcher

And reckon in the freezing depth of a dark winter

There lies the most invincible sunny warm summer

That leads to paradise where no one is ever a stranger
 

Stranger in Paradise.

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