Sorin Cerin

A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life death

We all want Great Love because this is how we are built. We so often use this expression of the soul mates. We all want it to be true because, when we truly find our soul mates, we all want to end forever this continuous torment which is our own existence. Every time, the result is cruel and precise.
The torment of our life will never end as long as we live.

Sorin Cerin

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

Then do we still need our soul mate? Oh, yes, I say, because this is the bed through which the river of our life flows from another transcendental reality, this is the infinite on which the horizon of our heart rests in other dreams or transcendental realities.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on religion true

All of the religious furniture of the man will be reduced to his sentimental furniture, of the feelings his self has, giving birth to the religion of his own destiny, and to the destiny of his own religion, always without the possibility of denial, to the eternal path of vanity, through which man becomes stronger through another new vanity.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love death dream

 Nevertheless, love was given to us not only as fulfilment, as ideal, but as suffering, hopelessness, despair too.
Is it all this the shield of this vanity called dream of our life or Illusion of Life?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on man god

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Absolutely any image reflected in man's self is a phenomenon. As it is not possible to speak of two human selves, we can neither speak of two identical phenomenon such as this one, nor of two identical human visions.

Sorin Cerin

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

All the positions, fortunes, celebrities disappear as a snow flake that melts on the black asphalt of death. So does beauty too.
And what else remains if not the piece of love that once existed in this great il or in this dream called life?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

We know there is death only because it is the opposite of Life, and we can recognize only one opposite because we think on the basis of a bivalent logic of good and bad, beautiful and ugly, etc. How would Life or Death look like if they had three or more opposites? What about us? Would we know who we are and why we are so often humiliated by the moments of our own destiny? Not even then would we know any of this because we are nothing more than a pale shadow of a face of God reflected into knowledge and then shadows don't come and they don't go, they simply disappear.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

In spite all that, we still don't really know what this dream called Life is, as we don't know anything of the other one called Death.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

Know that holiness too is a part of love and you are a saint of my destiny, a religion of my life, a belief of the forgotten being inside me, the stranger that I am, headed for nowhere, knowing that where it is I will find my fulfilment through death, expecting yourself.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on man god

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Religion is in fact the exterior that continuously invades man's self, always trying to minimize it, to incorporate it in its own self by sketching the most diverse images with purifying flow. Can you purify Destiny? Yes, because it is precisely the Destiny that accepts and incorporates purification.

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