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    find one's burden again ?

    Hello,

    He never renounce his philosofy - one will always find one's burden again - but times changed and Camus move on.
    Could anybody help me to understand the underlined fragment ?

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    Re: find one's burden again ?

    He never renounced his philosophy - one will always find one's burden again - but times changed and Camus moved on.

    Metaphorically, that a person does not lose his past, that it is always there.

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