Sorin Cerin

A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

 What can be more different from Life than Death?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life death

Should I understand that love is the reverse of out life, that it is death?
That we live in this life in which we hope to have the chance to love, so to die? Let me drink from the glass of your voluptuousness down to the depths of my being so that I can die!
Despite all that, I will always love you, my sweet and wild angel of the destiny of my life. Wherever I will be in this world, I will carry you in my thoughts and speak to you where no one can ever ever ever come in!
Now you understand, my great love, now you understand why we must talk only there and never somewhere else?
Because we are condemned to be soul mates that had the misfortune of recognising each other in this world of vanity.
Always keep your head up in life, even when you will feel lonely because I am and I will always be with you, even when our bodies will be dust and ashes for a long time, even when the oceans will dry up and the water of life will be long drunken by the vanity of this world.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on dream

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If we knew only for a moment who we really are, where we come from and we where we are going, would something in our world change? Would we wake up from this dream?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life death

Even though I have not loved from the beginning this wonderful soul, even though I have long disappointed and tortured it with my apparent instability, I have come to understand that when you do not seek you will find and when you do not love from the beginning you will live the greatest love, that will become the love of your life.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on god

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If he hadn't a God of his own self defined by everything that can be better in its imagination, through all the possible and impossible superlatives of his hopes, would he still have had hopes? My answer is without a doubt: no!

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on man hope

 The most important factor in man's life is hope.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on death

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Death is all that we are not.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life death

Just like probably nowhere is more Life than in the world of Death, where its entire being rests on Life. If it hadn?t been for Death, then there wouldn?t be Life either, and as Life feeds Death, is possible that Death in return would feed Life at the cosmic lunch of the human feelings.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on good evil

Good cannot exist without evil, as the human being cannot think any other way than based on the Logical coefficient 2 of Good and Evil, Beautiful and Ugly and all the others that can define these as a common denominator.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on knowledge

What would be important to me in a moment like this one would be not to deem a man's life or Mankind as a tear of pain on the Creator's face, but to think of it as a tear of happiness and fulfilment on its face called nature, which we see with the most diverse landscapes of this world.
Then I will want with all my heart to thank to our Creating Factor and Unique Accidental one for the fact that this world is given to us only through the fact that we know of its existence, but be do not Know it and we will never Know it, precisely because KNOWLEDGE DOES NOT EXIST!

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