Emotionalized love

We, humans, have mastered the art of externalizing our thoughts and imaginations into observable realities, the clothes we wear, the cars we drive, and the houses in which we live are all physical expressions of our minds. In the same way that our thoughts and imaginations physicalized themselves into our lives, the emotional feeling of … More Emotionalized love

The other side.

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.

Our emotional DNA: the way in which we love.

“I want to find love,” this has been the mantra of humanity since our early existence, even before we have experienced what love is, we were uttering this mantric saying. But sometimes love feels like a cult, that comes with a set of expectations that we find ourselves blindly following; expectations that are continually pulling … More Our emotional DNA: the way in which we love.

pseudo monogamy.

Before there were sports, electronic gadgets, music, or any other forms of entertainment from which we derive pleasure, our first taste of pleasure came from sex. In the earliest part of humans history, sex had a monopoly on pleasure. Without social stigmas attached to sexual expression, people were more honest with their promiscuity; there were … More pseudo monogamy.