Sorin Cerin

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 god evil life death

Why hasn't he cast God by reprehending him as he should have done for this misery of existence in which he was left without any blame?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

 Everything that starts from at least two elements towards an infinite number of elements has the opposability characteristic. The big difference consists of the fact that, in this opposability, starting from a higher level or from one equal to three elements and not to two, can define the concept of multivalent opposability in comparison to the singular opposability characteristic of the worlds which only have two cardinal elements, just like in the case of our world.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

Are we people above animals because we strongly believe in this dream of our life that we are superior on this planet or are we simple insane people running towards death, living life as they were eternal?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

If we didn't know the notion of past, we wouldn't know that of future either et despite all that we swim into the waves of the present without knowing if it really exists and how long it lasts. A second, a fraction of it, or it does not really exist the future becoming instantaneously past.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on destiny

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This is of what consists in my opinion the irrational of our own existence, to look at our destiny always from the past.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

To define an opposite, it's necessary to have only one opposable element, and in the worlds where there are more than two opposable elements, the singularity of the opposable element in comparison with the other disappears, in the sense that Life wouldn't be unique anymore in its reference to Death, but she could have three more elements such as this one or resembling to it, but that would refer to Death as total opposites.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

The cardinal elements possess this title through the fact that they are the last frontier to the level of awareness through which that world can be defined. Life and Death are cardinal because nothing can include them in its structure by becoming an opposable reference, and yet what can be more opposable than waking up from this dream with world and destiny? Destiny! Waking up into Destiny.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

Paradoxically, all these wonderful dimensions that we want for our being are completely missing, being a hope, a dream about the perfection of the being.
Then this hope and dream of perfection is materialized in the vision we have on our soul mate.
Moreover, if we are under the impression that we know what we would want as perfection, it always remains a mere false impression and nothing more, because then the event of a Great Love occurs, we realize that what we thought to be perfection is false, and the novelty of the new imagine on the perfection embodies by the lover makes us feel that intense feeling of suffocating love, precisely because we find our new standard for perfection, which becomes this way superior to the old one.

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