The more extended or the more intimate become one's opportunities to observe the struggles of the human heart, the more is one convinced that no individual experience is altogether unique, but rather that all men have essentially the same problems to solve. The beginning and the development of human experience, the disillusionment and the questionings, follow broadly the same outlines in all instances.
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