Simone Weil Quote: “Two prisoners whose cells adjoin communicate…”

Two prisoners whose cells adjoin communicate with each other by knocking on the wall. The wall is the thing which separates them but is also their means of communication. It is the same with us and God. Every separation is a link.

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Name: Simone Weil
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: French
Birthday: February 3, 1909
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