Everything in life is impacted by past events which have left an indelible impression on it; the earth has its craters that were left behind by meteoritic events of the past that changed its physical make-up forever. And the human body has its navel, a scar that reminds us of the very beginning of our … More Scars
Life isn’t like the moon that only shows us one side of itself while leaving its other sides shrouded in darkness; although it doesn’t show us all of itself at once, it’s always unfolding so that we can experience its other sides. As life unfolds the different sides of itself in our lives, it tends … More The other side.
It’s probable that as newborns the first person that we had grown to love wasn’t ourselves but rather the person whose arms had become our home and body our sustenance — our mother. It seems as if we humans are hardwired to express our love outwardly before we have learned how to express it inwardly … More Self-love.
There has never been a redline that both the thoughts and actions of mankind have failed to cross; we humans are desecrators of both God and man’s law, and we’re always trying to circumvent the laws of nature. But nothing in nature has ever violated the laws of its nature, which includes humanity; our thoughts, … More Human nature
When we fall out of love with someone, what really happens to the intense emotional energy that we once had for this person; does it just magically disappear from our lives without leaving a trace? Many people see love as some kind of emotional magic trick that appears and disappears in and out of their … More The ghost of our past love
When mother nature gave birth to her human offsprings, she diversified them physically so that they could reflect the spectrum of her natural beauty, in the same way that the rest of nature does. But somehow, mankind fell sick with racial prejudices which caused them to racialize this diversity and turned the natural beauty of … More Racism: a man made disease.
Thoughts are the most personal experiences in life, they’re closer to us than the skin on our physical body and we’re more intimate with them than all the feelings of our emotional body. We’ve fallen in love with our own thoughts in the same way that the Greek youth Narcissus fell in love with his … More Thoughts: mental prisms.
Life is a delicate balance between the different forces within ourselves and nature, but instead of harmonizing these forces, we humans tend to promote their disharmony. Within man lies a feminine reality that he had buried, a reality that’s seen through the lens of masculinity as weakness, so he refuses to embrace it. The internal … More His-story & Her-story.
Mankind had lived without running water, electricity, clothing, and other amenities before but we’ve never lived without the comfort of each other nor can we afford to live without it. Life’s greatest gift to us isn’t electronic gadgets that drain our attention, it’s not the transportations that we use to travel the world, nor the … More People: the medicine to our soul.
Familiarity is a necessary ingredient for any loving relationship but too much of it can ruin our relationship; familiarity is like salt, the right amount is savory and healthy, yet too much is unpleasant and unhealthy. Somehow we have convinced ourselves that there is no such thing as being too close to the person that … More The fatigue of familiarity.