Sorin Cerin

A Quote by Sorin Cerin on god evil life death

The prophetic statute of the man consists too of the fact that he is a predominantly religious being, but the path he has chosen to define himself as homo religioso is as alien to him as possible.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death love

Where else can be seen more Death than in the world of Life where each moment exists only through its reference to Death?

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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 man god

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 Never will the God of Man be different from the God of man's Self.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on evil god

By understanding Evil just as well as Good, the human being will understand itself and with this it will disappear the self alienation of man at an individual level as at the social level.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on soul mates love destiny

Each soul which believes it is its own eternal evil will eternally seek its good, but the great paradox is that in order to find each other one should look for the Good and the other for the Evil because they cannot both have the same sense because they are the opposite of each other.
The soul mates cannot have the same sign, but, in order to be pairs, they will have to attract, and of they both were Good, they would reject.
Thus, every soul mate is the opposite of the other one.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on sin god

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The original sin appeared only when man accepted defeat, denying his own Self in favor of the outside one of the world to which he belongs and thus fragmenting the image on his own Destiny, which is composed of the outside world and the Sacred Self in the inside.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

But what can be more resembling to Life than Death? Nothing! And yet, they both obey a destiny which is a shadow of God, as we are too, except that this shadow can no longer be defined as an opposite to the other two, but as destiny, because we cannot think above a bivalent logic. Otherwise, Destiny too would be one of the opposites of Life or Death, because he too, just as the other two is a shadow of God, with the only difference that it's a shadow that can be sighted through a superior logic.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on god evil

There is no Good without Evil as there cannot be Evil without Good. By wanting Good, Man?s Sacred Self looks towards the future, towards Destiny and this is why Man wants Good to be granted to the future, to the yet unknown Destiny that once exposed to knowledge becomes past where it seldom identifies with Good.

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