Friday, 8 May 2015

In other words

My purpose with this post is not to summarize the lecture by Richard Harvey; even so, I’d like to share my personal awareness about relationships and their borders.

Recently, it gradually dawned on me that I didn’t know who I am. Obviously, I know that I have two hands with their eight fingers and two thumbs. However, I’m very conscious that I’m changing every day. For example, today I’m growing a beard, but tomorrow, it’s very likely that I’ll shave my head. Joking aside, not only did I fail to understand myself, but also I drowned out my own inner voice.
But as for YOU, I have the perception that YOU are like a strong desire, which I hate and I love at the same time. YOU have isolated your life behind a mask, which provides an easy interaction with other people, although too aseptic to be true or warm. Not only do YOU represent a partner or a friend, but YOU are my eyes and a mirror in which to reflect.
To conclude this sermon, WE have never had it so good and WE are being made conscious that WE need to make this world a better place for everyone. Therefore, I’d like to believe that together WE can substitute all our numerous imperfections with LOVE (I’m being too flower-power) and iron happily that mountain of costumes that WE don’t know where to hide.

By the way, “My second favorite household chore is ironing. My first being hitting my head on the top bunk bed until I faint”.  Erma Bombeck.

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