Chapter 1 The Moon

But above all, My beloved ones, beware lest one day you also become inhabitants of this miserable world-body; for this shimmering yellow schoolhouse of life is indeed a laborious schoolhouse, and it would be better to die on earth fourteen times in one day than to live there for only one day; for the inhabitants are much worse off there than those buried here in the cemeteries; for these do not know that they are buried; but the inhabitants of the moon must live in their graves, are also often buried there in their subterranean dwellings either by collapses or by sudden floods of water. – The Moon, Chapter 1, Paragraph 14

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