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To organise our life in such a way that it becomes a mystery to others, that those who are closest to us will only be closer to not knowing us. That is how I’ve shaped my life, almost without thinking about it, but I did it with so much instinctive art that even to myself I’ve become a not entirely clear and definite individual.

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GREG RAKOZY KARL FREDRICKSON
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  1. Interesting reflection Karl in interpreting what people may or may not think about us.

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