“Physically it’s kind of lassitude-Quote By António Lobo Antunes

“Physically it’s kind of lassitude, the apathy and tiredness that precedes the flu or some other illness, or death. My legs ache and feel heavy, my skin has become more sensitive to cold and to heat, to the hardness or rigidity of things. Nothing interests me, I feel uncomfortable being still but would feel even more uncomfortable if I moved. I don’t know whether speaking is painful or just boring. I sit here, staring straight ahead, with no desires, no needs, hollow. I’m not even sad. I feel only passivity and indifference.”
: Antonio Lobo Antunes, The Fat Man and Infinity: And Other Writings

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