What could be more important than finding true love?
What could be more important than finding true love? Love is a matter of survival. Survival means becoming stronger.
We dance because the body is in reality what we call spirit. We dance because that is the time when we truly are.
What is needed to be able to love another is to love yourself. I love someone because I deserve that someone, and that someone deserves me. Happiness is not an intrinsically valuable end. Challenging each other is. Being together should be a way to be better. Living in the present makes us eternal. Mistakes are indispensable to be wise.
The future will be always better.
Words are messengers that can express who we are, even when we are hiding ourselves through them. They prepare the coming of our bodies. Still, there are stages we go through to get closer. The sound of our voices and what we can see with our eyes. When we have one speaking and one listening, there is intention and interpretation. We have sensations of pleasure and displeasure. When many speak and many listen, there are a variety of intentions and many different interpretations. This multiplicity generates a balance.
We can help each other resolve many problems. But there are many problems that only one can resolve. Still, we can inspire each other and give each other incentive, encouragement and stimulus. And we can accompany each other through tough times, not out of a sense of moral obligation, but because it feels strongly necessary.
Weakness tends to manifest as meanness. To be weak is to renounce to the possibility of getting stronger. To become stronger is rather painful. Our rejection of pain makes us weak. While we shouldn't search for pain, we must accept it when it comes. What do you want to be? Weak or strong? Mean or nice? Ugly or beautiful? Stupid or smart? We may not be able to control every situation, but we always have a choice in how we react. Who wants to be weak? Does anyone desire to be weak? But are you ready to accept all the pain that it may take to be strong? The first pain to accept is the reality of our weakness. It is very painful to our egos. The second pain is to realize that choosing to be strong often goes against us, because it separates us from the majority. We can’t exhibit our strength in front of the weak, or we risk seeming rather suspicious to them. We can’t be proud of our strength in public, so we must accept to hide it.
The weak develops resentment against the strong.
The strong does not oppose the weak, neither tries to submit them. The strong challenges the weak. This is not a choice, but a natural process as life cycles or gravity force.
To become stronger is to recreate yourself by giving your body the shape that it came to be for. The beautiful shape of a work of art. To become stronger makes you more sensitive, including to pain.