by Paulo Coelho
"A journalist hounded the French writer, Albert Camus, asking him to explain his work in detail. The author of "The Plague" refused: "I write, and others can make of it what they will." But the journalist refused to give in. One afternoon, he managed to find him in a café in Paris. "Critics say you never take on truly profound themes," said the journalist. "I ask you now: if you had to write a book about society, would you accept the challenge?" "Of course," replied Camus. "The book would be one hundred pages long. Ninety-nine would be blank, since there is nothing to be said. At the bottom of the hundredth page, I’d write: "man’s only duty is to love."