Lacrimi şi sfinţi

Lacrimi i sfin i ncercat am s n eleg de unde vin lacrimile i m am oprit la sfin i S fie ei responsabili de str lucirea lor amar Cine ar ti Se pare ns c lacrimile sunt urmele lor Nu prin sfin i au intrat ele n lume dar

  • Title: Lacrimi şi sfinţi
  • Author: Emil M. Cioran
  • ISBN: 9789735000592
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • ncercat am s n eleg de unde vin lacrimile i m am oprit la sfin i S fie ei responsabili de str lucirea lor amar Cine ar ti Se pare ns c lacrimile sunt urmele lor Nu prin sfin i au intrat ele n lume dar f r ei nu tiam c pl ngem din regretul paradisului A vrea s v d o singur lacrim nghi it de p m nt Toate apuc , pe c i necunoscute nou , n sus N ncercat am s n eleg de unde vin lacrimile i m am oprit la sfin i S fie ei responsabili de str lucirea lor amar Cine ar ti Se pare ns c lacrimile sunt urmele lor Nu prin sfin i au intrat ele n lume dar f r ei nu tiam c pl ngem din regretul paradisului A vrea s v d o singur lacrim nghi it de p m nt Toate apuc , pe c i necunoscute nou , n sus Numai durerea preced lacrimile Sfin ii n au f cut altceva dec t s le reabiliteze Emil Cioran

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    1. Emil M. Cioran

      Born in 1911 in R inari, a small village in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, raised under the rule of a father who was a Romanian Orthodox priest and a mother who was prone to depression, Emil Cioran wrote his first five books in Romanian Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages, on average others are collections of aphorisms Suffering from insomnia since his adolescent years in Sibiu, the young Cioran studied philosophy in the little Paris of Bucarest A prolific publicist, he became a well known figure, along with Mircea Eliade, Constantin No ca, and his future close friend Eugene Ionesco with whom he shared the Royal Foundation s Young Writers Prize in 1934 for his first book, On the Heights of Despair Influenced by the German romantics, by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and the Lebensphilosophie of Schelling and Bergson, by certain Russian writers, including Chestov, Rozanov, and Dostoyevsky, and by the Romanian poet Eminescu, Cioran wrote lyrical and expansive meditations that were often metaphysical in nature and whose recurrent themes were death, despair, solitude, history, music, saintliness and the mystics cf Tears and Saints, 1937 all of which are themes that one finds again in his French writings In his highly controversial book, The Transfiguration of Romania 1937 , Cioran, who was at that time close to the Romanian fascists, violently criticized his country and his compatriots on the basis of a contrast between such little nations as Romania, which were contemptible from the perspective of universal history and great nations, such as France or Germany, which took their destiny into their own hands After spending two years in Germany, Cioran arrived in Paris in 1936 He continued to write in Romanian until the early 1940s he wrote his last article in Romanian in 1943, which is also the year in which he began writing in French The break with Romanian became definitive in 1946, when, in the course of translating Mallarm , he suddenly decided to give up his native tongue since no one spoke it in Paris He then began writing in French a book that, thanks to numerous intensive revisions, would eventually become the impressive A Short History of Decay 1949 the first of a series of ten books in which Cioran would continue to explore his perennial obsessions, with a growing detachment that allies him equally with the Greek sophists, the French moralists, and the oriental sages He wrote existential vituperations and other destructive reflections in a classical French style that he felt was diametrically opposed to the looseness of his native Romanian he described it as being like a straight jacket that required him to control his temperamental excesses and his lyrical flights The books in which he expressed his radical disillusionment appeared, with decreasing frequency, over a period of than three decades, during which time he shared his solitude with his companion Simone Bou in a miniscule garret in the center of Paris, where he lived as a spectator and turned in on himself and maintaining an ever greater distance from a world that he rejected as much on the historical level History and Utopia, 1960 as on the ontological The Fall into Time, 1964 , raising his misanthropy to heights of subtlety The Trouble with being Born, 1973 , while also allowing to appear from time to time a humanism composed of irony, bitterness, and preciosity Exercices d admiration, 1986, and the posthumously published Notebooks Denied the right to return to Romania during the years of the communist regime, and attracting international attention only late in his career, Cioran died in Paris in 1995 Nicolas Cavaill s Translated by Thomas Cousineau

    661 thoughts on “Lacrimi şi sfinţi”

    1. Dacă -religios fiind- citești "Lacrimi și sfinți" și nu devii sceptic, înseamnă că n-ai înțeles nimic!Întotdeauna m-am întrebat asupra orientării spirituale a lui Cioran, căutând detalii în opera sa (subiectivă în fiecare virgulă!!!) și am ajuns la concluzia lui Ţuțea: "Cioran este (DOAR) certat cu Dumnezeu!"


    2. Cioran’ın en sağlam eserlerinden diyebilirim. “Umutsuzluğun Doruklarında” isimli kitaptan sonraki 1936 yılında yazdığı 2. Kitabı budur. Cioran’ın " Varolma Eğilimi” isimli kitabından sonra tehlikeli bulduğum bir diğer kitabı da sanırım bu oldu. Tehlike, fikir karmaşası yaratması ve kendiyle düştüğü tezatlıklarını keskince kabul etmesinden kaynaklanan durumlardan bahsediyorum. Okumam gereken son bir kitabı kaldı, sonra bu genel keskinlik, cioran kaosu ve g [...]


    3. Note: What follows is convoluted. It only sort of makes sense to me when I read it, but it made much more sense in my head as I wrote this. "Blue skies make us sadder than gray skies because they offer us hope which we do not have the courage to entertain." For this line alone this book is worth five stars. Finally someone else who understands the anxiety of spring (not a rational anxiety for someone who also awaits the warm nice days of spring). Actually I could keep quoting great lines from th [...]


    4. Pe Cioran întotdeauna l-am simțit în mine, în singurătatea lui am simțit-o pe a mea, singurătatea spiritului meu, tristețea lacrimilor ce curg în mine sub pecetea unor sfinți în care nu mai cred. Cioran e în inima mea atât de pregnant și de sigur întipărit încât nu-l pot delimita de iubirea mea pentru filozofia lui. Iar „Lacrimi și sfinți” pentru mine a reprezentat o dorită delectare a scrierilor sale, pe care odată luată în mână, nopțile și diminețile devreme au [...]


    5. Carte scrisă pe când avea 25 de ani şi se afla la Braşov -preda filozofie într-un liceu-, era absolut singur, cocoţat în cabana de pe vârful dealului, Livada Poştii, cântând imnuri lacrimilor şi discutând cu sfinţii Singurătatea din care s-a născut această carte se manifestă în fiecare rând, o carte despre care Jenny Acterian spunea că: "este poate cea mai tristă carte din câte s-au scris". Citiţi-o noaptea, în linişte deplină, pe cât posibil - necesită o intimitate [...]


    6. Elias Canetti'nin İnsanın Taşrası'nı okuyor gibi hissettim zaman zaman. Birçok cümlenin altını çizdim ve en güzelleri de; "Yaşamaktan yorulmak tek çarem olacaktı; ama sıkılmayı başardığım sürece böyle bir çareye rahat yüzü göstermeyeceğim.""Boyun eğmekten daha büyük bir kötülüğü var mıdır aklın?" "Gözün görebileceği alan sınırlıdır, göz her zaman dışarıdan görür. Ama dünya, yüreğin içinde olduğu için bilgiye ulaşabilme konusunda tek yö [...]


    7. "C'è nella vita una specie di isterismo di fine primavera"La gloriosa incoerenza che è per quest'uomo lo scrivere rende il leggerlo un'esperienza eccessiva. In senso letterale, non letterario. Il problema è poi riconfinarsi.


    8. This book was a series of statements [loosely] tied to themes of religion that Cioran did nothing to qualify. Definitely thought-provoking, but oh-so frustrating. There are numerous ideas in this book that can each be expanded into its own piece of work, however Cioran only states them as fact and gives no clarification. Some of his claims seem to have no basis, but he just makes them and moves right along. This book would be good for a philosophical or theological writer with a mental block- th [...]


    9. "Un om sanatos nu isi aduce aminte nimic""Orice razvratire este ateista. Inaderenta la un infinitezimal al creatiei este o dezintegrare din infinitul divin. Anarhia nu a intrat in planul Creatiunii.Stim doar foarte bine ca in paradis se lafaiau numai dobitoace. Cand una dintre ele nu a mai acceptat aceasta conditie, a renuntat la fericire si s-a facut om.Pe aceasta razvratire initiala s-a construit intreaga istorie. Si pana astazi orice razvratire s-a indreptat impotriva lui Dumnezeu ""Absolutul [...]


    10. Dinler, Tanrı, azizler, gözyaşları, müzik, yalnızlık, ölüm ve daha bir sürü konu hakkında etkili düşüncelerin ve ifadelerin yer aldığı bir kitap. Şimdi Cioran'ın neden Çürümenin Kitabı isimli bir eserinin olduğunu daha iyi anlıyorum, her ne kadar henüz okumamış olsam da.


    11. "Baş meleklerin iç çekişleriydi kemanlar, meleklerin ağıtlarıydı flütler ve azizlerin beddualarıydı org."



    12. A se citi cu inima desfăcută. A se citi la pământ, fără să vrei să te găsești. Când îți plouă. Din nou. Atâta sfârșit, atâta dulceață, peste cruce. A se citi.Fie ție după morțile tale, cititorule.„Sunt clipe în care agonia unui vierme îmi pare un reazem mai sigur decît toate cerurile.”


    13. After reading On the Heights of Despair, I immediately bought Tears and Saints. I was eager to reenter Cioran's world in which suffering and ecstasy exist in the same plane. My second experience with Cioran was as engaging and insightful as my first. Cioran's cleverness and conciseness give each aphorism a "kick" that make each one a token of his brilliance. Every passage is surpassed by the next, and each passage contains an intimacy seen only in diaries. I particularly took interest in Cioran' [...]


    14. A model little text: the translation reads very nicely, the introduction is informative and suggestive rather than restrictive and pedantic, and Cioran's aphorisms are stimulating. "Divine infinity thus equals all the moments of loneliness endured by all beings." "The greatest piece of good luck Jesus had was that he died young. Had he lived to be sixty, he would have given us his memoirs instead of the cross." "A philosopher is saved from mediocrity either through skepticism or mysticism, the t [...]


    15. Moram da priznam da sa filozofskog aspekta, Ciorana poznajem gotovo zanemarljivo. Vidim da već neko vreme vlada poprilična pomama za njim pa iskoristih priliku da za ove Novogodišnje praznike uzmem knjigu od drugarice i prelistam.Ne znam zaista kome bih preporučila ovu knjigu.Padaju mi na pamet samo1. Oni kojima treba knjiga sa lepo osmišljenim mislima koje će moći da prepisuju kao posvetu prijateljima u knjige za rođendane.2. Piscima kojima je potrebna ideja-podsticaj a koja je možda s [...]


    16. *¡Imposible amar a Dios de otra manera que odiándolo! Si probáramos su inexistencia en un atestado sin precedentes, nada podría nunca suprimir la rabia -mezcla de lucidez y de demencia- de quien necesita a Dios para aplacar su sed de amor y con más frecuencia de odio. ¿Qué es Él sino un instante en el umbral de nuestra destrucción? ¿Qué importa que exista o no si a través de Él nuestra lucidez y nuestra locura se equilibran y nos calmamos abrazándole con una pasión mortífera?___N [...]


    17. "Chi potrebbe sopportare la vita, se fosse reale? Sogno, essa è mescolanza di terrore e di incantamento alla quale si cede." (p. 79)


    18. Azizler ağlar. Ben onların gözyaşlarını şerh ederim. Tüm gözyaşları çoktan dökülmüş olduğu için, ardımızda bıraktığımız tek şey şerhtir.


    19. En el Juicio Final sólo se pesarán las lágrimas.----Cuando el comienzo de una vida ha estado dominado por el sentimiento de la muerte, el paso del tiempo acaba pareciéndose a un retroceso hacia el nacimiento, a una reconquista de las etapas de la existencia. Morir, vivir, sufrir y nacer serían los momentos de esa involución. ¿O es otra vida lo que nace de las ruinas de la muerte? Una necesidad de amar, de sufrir y de resucitar sucede así al óbito. Para que exista otra vida, se necesita [...]


    20. Yes! Amazing! Fantastic! Awesomely cool!! A book built from a scaffolding of thorns and blood and raised, by fluttering angel wings.Full of uncanny insights and the authors trademark pessimism.Cioran follows the trail of saintly negation, gloriously excessive in all it´s humility. A scholar -with an expression that borders between the comprehensive and digestible, not to mention a mystique so beautiful and eerie that you will want to stop eating for a month and replace the pillow on your bed wi [...]


    21. Cioran'ın Tanrı ile ilgili tüm iç çekişleri, acıları ve arayışları ile ilgili bir kitap. Öyle ki, "Ben hiç ağlamadım çünkü gözyaşlarım düşüncelere dönüştü. Ve düşünceler gözyaşları kadar acı vermez mi?" diye de sorar.





    22. "Cand melodiile ne coplesesc intr-o invazie de fericire dureroasa, am vrea o moarte parfumata. Sfintii au atata muzica in ei incat s-o opuna disolutiei corpului. Cadavrul lor nu miroase. Voi avea atata muzica in mine ca sa nu mor niciodata? Sunt menuete, dupa care nu mai poti putrezi. Numai fericirile muzicale imi dau senzatia de nemurire. Acele zile senine in care inima ia culoarea cerului si-n care renasc extaze sonore cu amintiri de dincolo de orizont! In zadar ai mai cauta atunci lacrimi pen [...]


    23. Oh, Cioran, how I do love thee. I read this after On the Heights of Despair and was disappointed by the lack of wonderfully titled sections included in the former. Cioran gives us an unstructured 100+ pages of blurbs of thought on God or the lack thereof, saints, music, art, life, and death, and it is perfectly twisted.Favorite bits-"Such fierce longing to press God on my heart as if he were a loved one in the throes of agony, to beg of him one last proof of his love only to find myself with his [...]


    24. Cioran aborda en esta colección de aforismos la angustia del hombre frente a un llamado inexistente. Para suplir la Suprema Ausencia, el corazón humano creó paliativos tales como la música, en cuyas melodías Él sonríe. El hilo conductor del libro es una mística sin Dios, donde en cada aforismo Él aparece como Presencia vacía, suspiro hecho de palabras, paradojas. Dios se ha alejado irremediablemente de los hombres. Antes envió a su hijo para remediar su lepra de culpa. Desde entonces, [...]


    25. Curious if a little kooky book of thoughts from the late Romanian-born, French-residing philosopher. I found TEARS AND SAINTS as I was doing research on what Shakespeare called 'love among the tombstones,' and there are a couple of relevant passages here I may/may not use. The title is intriguing, and supposedly, it's a book about the rebelliousness of feminine spirituality. Good luck finding a narrative thread though. This is more like a book of reflections. Cioran did hook me with the almost d [...]


    26. Горчивите мисли и силогизми на Чоран носят особеното очарование на колебаещия се човек, скептика, който поставя под въпрос Битието и Небитието. През фрагментарната си есеистика румънецът размишлява върху множество теми, но те намират общ знаменател в желанието да се наме [...]


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