"Once more I went on walking, but I could feel this bastard behind me. I kept looking back. Then I started to run, and I knew he was running behind me. I wheeled around and flailed away in great wild empty circles. There was nothing there. I broke and ran toward the highway and headed back toward the car."

Sterling Hayden, Wanderer, New York 1963

"Es gibt keine andere Macht als die Macht über sich selbst. Alles andere ist ein Mißverständnis."

Franz Jung, Die Technik des Glücks, Berlin 1921