Sorin Cerin

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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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

When Man will re-find himself, then demons with angels and God with the Devil will reconcile.
It will be a step forward, but not enough to remove the vanity of the world.
Nevertheless, man will not admit defeat, he will struggle, and he will be once again put to the test of accepting a new Original Sin, of taking the blame of the divinity on him. This time he will not accept this low bargain and will allow eternal peace between God and the Devil and between the Good in Man and the Evil in Man in this world.
Then he will slowly understand in its evolution as sacerdotal being that not only does he not have Will and Knowledge, not only that he is meant to grasp this world precisely through the Knowledge he does not have, he will understand that he is only the love he does not know and which forms the only meaning of his existence in this dream of the Illusion of Life.
When he will find the Sacred Self, man will stop fighting with the vanity of its own existence because he will understand that this vanity it is given to him so that he will always turn against it , that this vanity is everything that pushed him to vileness and humbleness, to false, lie, murder and theft, he will finally know that this vanity belongs only to this world that is given by the Knowledge he does not have, by the dream of this Life running towards Death.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

  No life can be compared to another Life unless both refer to Death! Even if a Life is different from another Life, it exists, as Life, only by referring to Death, because all other Lives it would refer to finally lead to the last referent which is a Life having as reference: Death! This is why I said the all the shine of Life consists of Death, as the shine of Death consists of Life.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on cry love life death

Do not cry, because we are destiny, because we are everything that can be above this world. And now, the angel of my life, please let me fly so that I can fulfil the vanity of this world, of this dream, of this nightmare that eternally took you from me.
I didn't thought you will come now at this age and time of this Illusion of Life, but between these bars I tell you how much I love you and do not ever doubt me.
I will be yours in every moment of this life, which I give to you. .

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on life death

We cannot imagine Life without Death, because the entire Life rests on Death, otherwise it wouldn?t exist.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life

 What can the love in my soul be compared to another wonderful soul which is so far and yet so close of my self?
What can this symbiosis between two souls can be?
What can love be when you feel you cannot sleep at night, that every drop of dew becomes a crystal in your heart, when every breeze of wind has magical meanings?
What can love be when you feel that you want nothing more in this world that to be with the soul you love?
But what can love be in other transcendental realities? What about our souls?
Are our souls a waterfall, a true Niagara or a smile, a flirt of an angel? Are our souls a mere mood of a fairy or a lightening in a summer rain?
Our souls could be all of this and much more. But what really happens in that transcendental reality when we feel we are truly in love, that we love so much that it hurts? That the air in the room is unbreathable, that the sentimental, spiritual or physical distances kill us? What happens when dawn find us sadder than ever, looking for an excuse or an argument for the person we love so much, our Great Love? What are all thses? What are the looks lost in the desert horizons of unfulfilment or those in the eyes that deeply loose each other in the others inside the souls?

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love death dream

Despite that, if these dreams are shadows of God reflected into knowledge, why God?s shadows are dreams? Only because you can wake up from a dream and all these shadows always wake up in an infinite echo which depicts God? If even God?s shadows can wake up, does it mean that God is above awakening? Through Death, absolutely anything receives a connotation opposed to Life, but nevertheless, Life would never be Alive without Its Death which bestows on it its full shine, as Death wouldn?t be what it is.

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on love life

Through the fact that he defines himself as a religious being, man is first of all his own prophet and only then he places himself in the pluralistic assembly of the prophets that he identifies to the ambitions, aspirations, hopes, imprudent acts, confusions, failures or disillusions of his own life.

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