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 Sorin Cerin - “Then can we know where death begins Death begins from the first looks, the first whispers of love, from the first kisses, caresses and sex, when the being feels it shivers from the worm wind of the moments that gently wraps it and it wants not no lose the life of so many ancestors whose bones are in present breath of the being.Mans subconscious transmits that it in only through sex that he will be able to stay along with the bones and flesh of its ancestors by maintaining life that is merely a prelude of death. Then the being will vibrate loving and longing for a partner of opposite sex trying to understand the sexual impulse that dominated him but without being able to relate it to love because this in only possible when he knows the truth about the being and it is hidden somewhere in his sacred self.The truth on the birth of a new death lies in the sexual orgasm and it will be brought to this world as an offspring, following its path to the grave just as his forefathers, with blood and sweat, with hard work, despair and happiness, with fulfilment and tears. And this way the first kiss is born, the first flower is offered, along with the first stanzas from a poem of the Sacred Self.”  
 Sorin Cerin - “By opposing the human in the man and thus activating the inhuman does nothing else than dehumanize that man by further alienating him from his self and along with it, as man is a social individual, to create a society increasingly absurd, selfish and unfair to the human being that will be exiled to the ideological suburbs of such a society, suburbs that will give evidence of a radicalization of the feelings that are contrary to the mans sacred self, and the centre will represent an elitist society that will lead to a equally great self alienation of the human beings that form it, but based on the idea that they are some kind of gods, forgetting that Gods are those who indirectly entailed the original Sin, that man has donated his Sacred Self to the gods that were responsive to the elite of that society when the unfavourable turn in the Destiny of mankind, that of losing mans control over the sacred self and eventually donate it to the gods in exchange of help. Man donated his sacred self to the social elite of that such unfavourable time for mankind when the original sin was born. This is why, for me, Nietzsche is an up-side down philosopher having through the great merit of advocating that the human being does not really have a will.”  
 Sorin Cerin - “Love is a part of the affective and it is sacred and the affective is love. The individual divinity of the human being, the one that man knows is not made of love alone but from all the other specific forms that the individual conscience can determine through its definition, and the social conscience at the social level. Divinity is the image that is expressed through affection, because there is neither will nor knowledge in the mans conscience, there is only their illusion. The divinity the man knows is the result of all these illusion, along with love, when true Divinity is the ultimate form of Love defined through Holiness.”  
 Sorin Cerin - “By chasing away the Evil in us we will also chase away the Good. This is mans paradox, to search himself without ever fully finding himself. We will have to know how to maintain the balance between Good and Evil to the best , and then turn the worst Evil in a lesser Evil and God in a better Good, so that the current Good would become a evil of the future, which can also be surpassed eventually leading to the true worldwide religious society, in which religion will no longer be seen as a set of rules according to wich we have to e singing in any moment odes and Alexandrian hymns to divinity, but more likely as an indicator of true happiness and fulfilment of humanity.”  
 Sorin Cerin - “Does not a great number a feelings determine a common feeling formed by the parts that compose it Once Truth can no longer be known, but felt, doesnt that feeling become truer than a small part of it that is felt only by one individual The religious factor will always have its own status even if, by referencing it to another religious factor of national or worldwide level, it can be underlined a mere influence compared to the latter and not a religion itself. I could name the example of certain groups that become profoundly religious without creating new religions, but by becoming sects of one religion or another. Such examples are numerous. To conclude, any group whose members unite their own individual divinities under the auspices of a social divinity form a religion, even if in reference to other worldwide religions, it is deemed a mere influence, it is still called religion. .This is why, no matter how much man wants to get rid of religion, he will not be able to do so until he renounces for good its own social life, by denying his past, which is deemed impossible.”  
 Kazi Shams - “Love gives eyes to see what the eye without love can't see”  
 Sorin Cerin - “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”  
 Greg Evans - “Love is not what the mind thinks, but what the heart feels.”  
 William Penn - “Love is indeed Heaven upon Earth since Heaven above would not be Heaven without it For where there is not Love there is Fear But perfect Love casts out Fear. And yet we naturally fear most to offend what we most Love. What we Love, well Hear what we Love, well Trust and what we Love, well serve, ay, and suffer for too. If you love me (says our Blessed Redeemer) keep my Commandments. Why Why then hell Love us then we shall be his Friends then hell send us the Comforter then whatsoever we ask, we shall receive and then where he is we shall be also, and that for ever. Behold the Fruits of Love the Power, Vertue, Benefit and Beauty of Love Love is above all and when it prevails in us all, we shall all be Lovely, and in Love with God and one with another.”  
 Marilyn Monroe - “I always felt insecure and in the way but most of all I felt scared. I guess I wanted love more than anything else in the world.”  
 Swami Vivekananda - “My nature is love Him. And therefore I love. I do not pray for any-thing. I do not ask for anything. Let Him place me wherever He likes. I must love Him for loves sake. I can not trade in love.”  
 Shahazad - “A in a mans life is a state of mind, it keeps changing.”  
 Don Marquis - “If you make people think they're thinking they'll love you but if you really make them think, they'll hate you.”  
 William Shakespeare - “Self-love, is not so vile a sin as self-neglecting.”  
 Adrienne Rich - “We who were loved will never unlive that crippling fever.”  
 Rupert Brooke - “All the little emptiness of love”  
 Wystan Hugh Auden - “A false enchantment can all too easily last a lifetime.”  
 Francois De La Rochefoucauld - “What makes lovers never tire of one another is that they talk always about themselves.”  
 Anita Brookner - “A man can go from being a lover to being a stranger in three moves flat but a woman under the guise of friendship will engage in acts of duplicity which come to light very much later. There are different species of self-justification.”  
 François Rochefoucauld - “We are nearer loving those who hate us than those who love us more than we wish.”  
 Les Brown - “Love yourself unconditionally, just as you love those closest to you despite their faults.”  
 Wolfgang Goethe - “Self-love exaggerates our faults as well as our virtues.”  
 Proverb - “Love rules his kingdom without a sword.”  
 Proverb - “Love laughs at locksmiths.”  
 John Milton - “These two imparadised in one another's arms, the happier Eden, shall enjoy their fill of bliss on bliss.”  

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