Store up for yourselves treasures in Heaven
where moth and rust cannot destroy and thieves cannot break in and steal

Friday, April 19, 2013

ALBERT CAMUS (French atheist writer)

In 1940, Camus married again. His second wife was Francine Faure. Although never divorced, Francine suffered immensely from Alberts persistent and public infidelities.

Camus bought a handsome stone farm house for his family in Province. (Mr, Camusyoung Danish mistress often stayed at the farm house nearby.

Camus neither believed in God nor accepted the specific morality of Christianity. He liked to think of himself as instinctively pagan, a man in love with the tangible pleasures of this earth rather than the blessings of Heaven.
Kamber, R., On Camus. Belmont, California: Wadworth Philosophers Series, 2001, 3, 5, 7

Just ask the children of adulterous parents how much fun it is to have the adults in their lives set aside Biblical morality.

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