Max Senges

I meant to tell mankind … to attempt a quixotic adventure with no resources beyond their native strength and sagacity.
I had done it myself and found not only that the pearl of great price was worth far more than I possessed, but that the very perils and privations of the Quest were themselves my dearest memories.
I was certain of this at least: that nothing in the world except this was worth doing.
— Aleister Crowley, The Confessions

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