Sorin Cerin

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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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

What else does life refer to if not Death?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on man life

Man himself, if he hadn?t the psychological capacity to deny, he couldn't understand the world, as the entire world is a big denial which continuously denies itself.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life knowledge

Why are men so secretive, why are they afraid of the truth, sometimes even of themselves?
Why don't they want to admit that they would want to love with their entire being because this is everything that remains out of this vanity called Life?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love death dream

I love you. I call you. I always seek you in my heart. Now that I found you, what else can I say, maybe the most painful adieu in my entire life, my beautiful, adored, consuming soul mate.
I would like to hug you, but I know I cannot touch what is above me, above my life, above this piece of breath, and I am so alien to my self.
I know you are the one that can bring me out from the alienation I am in, that you are my only truth for which I exist in this world. I also know that without you, the entire world would fall apart, but it as true that beside you, the entire world would be consumed and what remains then?
I also know that the ineffable destiny will always keep the doors opened as if there would be any meaning as long as no one can go out through them.
This is a vanity too. It is also a vanity the fact that all the opposites attract and all the things that go in the same sense reject.
Thus Good will always be attracted by Evil, and Evil by good and the good of Good will be precisely the Evil while the good of Evil what we understand through Good.
The soul mates are as the pair of Good and Evil.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life 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 you?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life death

 Since we mirror in an entirely different reality from what we are, this means that everything we think we are living, our own existence, our dreams and hopes, our fear of Death is a big fake, because our reality is exactly what we are not, so: Our Death!

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

What else could be the apocalypse of Death but the Rebirth of Life?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on god

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Thus we live, with every passing moment, our own Death! If our Life were a reflection in exactly what we are, this would mean that we mirror and we refer to ourselves, even though we refer to what we are not, coming to live in a parallel world which should show exactly like us so that it is not alien to us, thing that is impossible since there is God. God alienates us from ourselves? Since we are God?s shadow, how can we be alien to the God that creates this shadow? Are our own shadows aliens to us too?

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