To Eugen Bohler
Dear Dr. Bohler, Bollingen, 1 January 1960
My first letter in this New Year, which opens a new decade, shall be to you, dear friend.
It brings you my very cordial wishes not only for the corning year but also for this dawning decade 1960-70, in whose lap the black and white cards of our uncertain fate await us.
The past decade dealt me heavy blows-the death of dear friends and the even more painful loss of my wife, the end of my scientific activity and the burdens of old age, but also all sorts of honours and above all your friendship, which I value the more highly because it appears that men cannot stand me in the long run.
Since I do not deem myself god-almighty enough to have made them other than they are, I must put it down entirely to my own account and…
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