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A Quote by Vanna Bonta on love and sex

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Remembrance of our kiss brings not your lips nor mine to mind. The flesh can only envy consumption so divine.

Vanna Bonta

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A Quote by Vanna Bonta on love and sex

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I became a total yes. We don't even have names anymore.

Vanna Bonta

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A Quote by Vanna Bonta on love and sex

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Your kisses are thieves which leave me wanting nothing.

Vanna Bonta

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A Quote by John Updike on sex and money

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Sex is like money; only too much is enough.

John Updike (1932 -)

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A Quote by Walter Russell on sex, creation, balance, consciousness, mind, god, compression, expansion, contraction, pole, battery, and imbalance

Sex is the creative principle. It is the dual desire force in Mind for expressing its One Idea. Without a division of the one unconditioned Light into two seemingly conditioned lights, Creation could not be.
Sex is not a thing, it is a condition of a thing.
An electrically balanced condition of anything is sexless whether it be a man, woman, electric battery, or the atmosphere.
A sexed condition is an unbalanced condition. An electric battery which is fully charged is dually unbalanced by the opposite electric pressures of compression and expansion. These two opposite unbalanced conditions violently desire to return to the oneness of balance from which they were divided into two. A short circuit between the two poles of the battery will give it that balance. We then say it is dead, for it will no longer perform work by expressing its desire for balance.

Walter Russell

Source: The Secret of Light

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A Quote by Walter Russell on couple, polarity, partnership, love, sex, union, balance, nature, attraction, and attract

Everyone recognizes to some extent the type that each is draw to and they intuitively feel each other’s polarity, mentally and physically. Such types naturally gravitate to and recognize each other, so that out of any hundred people, ninety-nine might have no mental or sex appeal for each other – while the hundredth would. All humans should seek the type which corresponds to their own electric wave length. When types so find each other, they will be as perfectly balanced as sodium and chlorine, and the union should be enduring.
It is a common saying that people should marry their opposites. Nothing could be more contrary to universal law than this statement. Everywhere in Nature, like attracts like. This is fundamental. Opposites repel each other. Opposites in temperament and physical patterns invite discord, infidelity and mutual degradation. Matrimonial mismating unbalances the blood stream just as certainly as promiscuous mismating unbalances it.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

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A Quote by Walter Russell on sex, nature, creation, expression, cube, female, male, and balance

Sex as characteristic of the elements
Nature’s control over the lower orders of creative expression, such as in the chemical elements, is plainly indicated in their crystallization. Every truly balanced mating of equal halves crystallizes as a true cube, while the slightest deviation in balance departs from the cube.
Sex is not yet recognized as characteristic of the elements. It is supposedly limited to the organic or living things of Creation. Sex is the fundamental principle of Creation. Everything comes into the appearance of existence by the union of two opposite halves of a unit pattern, and everything repeats itself by the division of a unit into its positive and negative expressions. This is as true of the elements of matter as it is of animal and vegetable life.
The sex matings of the elements exactly coincide in effect with the sex matings of humans. Violent explosions in the elements have the same basic cause as such violent explosions as murder in humans. Terrific electric unbalance is the cause of both. Likewise, stability in the elements and in humans has the same cause in equality of balance.
Sodium and chlorine are good examples of positive and negative opposites of a pair which are equally but oppositely balanced with each other and each equally unbalanced with its fulcrum equator. When these two chemical elements “marry”, they become such perfectly balanced and stable mates that the chemists call them “affinities”.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on sex, body, woman, drunk, intoxication, and hooking up

I can still see-feel-hear-smell-taste her, her maddest of bodies that made divinest sense to a parched and withered me. My mind swam like a drunk octopus with images of the two of us in a dizzying array of compromising--possibly illegal--positions.

Sol Luckman

Source: Beginner's Luke: Book I of the Beginner's Luke Series, Pages: 199

Contributed by: Alyce

A Quote by Pierre Elliott Trudeau on government, morals, sex, sexuality, and law

The government has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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A Quote by Huston Smith on pain, sex, time, huston smith, gerald heard, author, polymath, evolutionary thought, and sited by daniel pinchbeck

Professor Huston Smith, (from his 2004 Foreword to Pain, Sex and Time):

"Overnight, the book in hand converted me from the scientific worldview to the vaster world of the mystics. I applaud the decision to bring this book back into print."

In this absorbing and provocative book, Gerald Heard shows that a fissure in human consciousness, which has been rapidly widening for 400 years, is the cause of modern man's tragic dismay. Believing his problem external, when it is really in his own mind, man at last faces a "veritable Copernican revolution" psychologically. Science tells us that man is the only animal capable of continued evolution. It shows further that he can evolve in only one way-mentally. Pain, Sex and Time is then a new outlook, a new promise for the future, a new exploration of those strange and little-known powers of human consciousness of which man is becoming increasingly aware. Harper & Brothers, 1939

Pain, Sex and Time was James Dean's favorite book.

Pain, Sex and Time has been out of print for 60 years.

Huston Smith

Source: Pain, Sex and Time: A New Outlook on Evolution and the Future of Man (Provenance Editions)

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