Notes on Love #2

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Et tu, Brute?

In a yet undiscovered second part of Shakespeare’s Julias Caesar, Caesar comes back as a ghost and kills Brutus with a diamond encrusted pistol while listening to Taylor Swift: “Look what you just made me do”.

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Advice for young girls on how to pick husbands (after reading Mayakovsky)

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Growing up, we had classes of “moral science” in school. It told us how to keep good hygiene, and how to keep good morals.

The Moral Man (with a capital M, for this deserves the respect one usually reserves for God) was a man of self control, who betrayed no emotion, never fell prey to any passion, never did anything that might come back to haunt him later, in the face of any crisis, he always abided by the social code of what is right and acceptable. The Moral Man, in short, was the one who refused the apple when some immoral Eve offered it to him. Damn these snakes and Eves of the world, you could shake Paradise, but not this man. No, ma’m.

When the moment finally arrives when he has to kiss a fallen damsel, don’t worry, little girl, he won’t do it. Which is why you must always pick such a man as your husband.

And never as your lover.

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.

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Theirs are the patriarchs, and from them proceeds the human descent of Christ, who is God over all, forever worthy of praise! Amen.

It’s the nine nights of the heathen goddess.

Unlike the true Christian god, in the beginning was the Word, the dark goddess does not believe in forbidding anything, and the Word was with God, and her only morality comes from within herself, she destroys what she wants, creates what she desires, and the Word was God, and the only law that matters is the one she has willed, From everlasting I was established, From the beginning, from the earliest times of the earth, she demolishes barriers between good and bad continually so that you often wonder if she is the voice of the fallen, The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us, there is no ascension upwards to paradise, only sinking deeper and deeper into the self, We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth, until nothing but the universe remains in you, until nothing but your own soul which is the universe, which will forever be the universe, And now, Father, glorify Me in Your presence with the glory I had with You before the world existed, and you existed even before the world existed, you will exist even after the world, so the world doesn’t matter, “Truly, truly, I tell you,” Jesus declared, “before Abraham was born, I am!” and before God was born, I am, she declared, before everything, I am

Truly, truly, I tell you

The unlikely history of love

On an unknown date in the 1700s, a Scottish doctor George Cleghorn discovered that quinine could be used to prevent and treat Malaria. When the army of the British East India Company arrived in the tropical climate of India, the fatal malarial situation had to be countered somehow. They were advised to regularly take quinine as a preventative measure.

However, quinine was too bitter to be consumed on its own. Their solution to this problem was unique: they started adding a mixture of lemon, sugar, water, and gin to make the utter bitterness of quinine tolerable.

They called this cocktail gin and tonic. I call it love.

Welcome to immorality

 

Tired of intellect, tired of goodness, tired of reason, tired of god, a woman falls deep into pure pulse.

What is life?

Life is body.

What is body?

Body is blood.

What is blood?

Blood is immorality.

What is immorality?

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When a little girl asks me about love and god

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Sometimes, in the universe, two particles (theoretically, any two things) become entangled with each other and act in unison even when there is no force between the space that separates them. It violates Einstein’s theory of causality because it would mean that there is something deeper that unites them that transcends the laws of space, that challenges our present understanding of the universe.
It was first described in the EPR papers of Einstein and is sometimes called the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox. However, if you try to harness this for the larger faster-than-light communication, quantum mechanics makes it impossible to obtain the same result. Thus, accounting for statistics, the violation is considered gone.

Einstein dismissed it as the “spooky action at a distance”.

Love is Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.

God is that spooky action at a distance.

Kabir and the mystery of life

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Kabir, the 15the century Indian mystic poet, wrote:

जिन खोजा तिन पाइयाँ  गहरे पानी पैठ
मैं बौरी डूबन डरी  रही किनारे बैठ

Those who were searching found by diving deep into the waters
I foolishly feared drowning and remained on the shore.

It’s not possible to know what is lost until it is already found. Not even knowledge, on the shore is just a vague sense of loss.