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I would say, ‘Tell me about what happens at the end of the world,’ and she would describe her vision of that, which was these crazy things with people’s hands falling off and their clothes burning up and the light in the sky turning on and off really fast, like all these visions that she has. And I remember — this is just one example — but I remember asking her, ‘If all these things were your fault, what would you do?’ And she said, ‘I would just try to fix it. I would do whatever I can to fix what I broke.’ And then I said, ‘What would you do to fix it?’ And she said, ‘Well, I would always brush my teeth. I would listen to my parents.’
What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe?
Lacan

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