Eleonora nailed the concept of love perfectly through these very easy-to-understand words;

“Love is not possessed, but it can be obtained. When you get it, it’il always be part of you. No matter if that loved one is far from you or flees confused, she will always come back if such a feeling has felt. Probably when you say that true love lasts forever a fund of truth there is. Unlike Gibran Nietzsche he always appears very material, linked to reality, as if everything were either just white or just black. Love leads you to perform many actions, sometimes not very positive for yourself, but only and solely in order to make happy or help the person you love. Of course he could not be rhetorical and preferred to be blunt and concise. With our hearts in our hands, Gibran ends our journey again, in search of the best words and metaphors to express a strong love, expressed to hyperbole. The image of this desert covered in flowers at the vist eye just blooming on the blazing sand is really full of charm and feeling. It is the impossible that takes shape. With these words ends this journey to discover a feeling often too stereotyped and taken for granted and that we should all live freely and in all its forms and according to our desire.”

Eleonra said the above by referring to these quotes;

If you love someone, let them go, because if they come back, they have always been yours.
And if she doesn’t come back, she never has been. (Khalil Gibran)

What we do out of love is always beyond good and evil. (Friedrich Nietzsche)

I love you terribly. If a flower blossomed every time I think of you, every desert would be full of it. (Khalil Gibran.)

Storyteller's Eye Word

Un Saluto a tutti, Cari Lettori. Oggi si conclude lo Speciale dedicato all’amore, dedicato forse proprio per questa ragione a tutti gli esseri viventi. Mi piace completare un percorso culturale con delle citazioni, penso che siano la scelta migliore e in questo post, seppur la filosofia é sempre protagonista lo sarà un pó meno, per celebrare in questo piccolo spazio la bellezza e l’istinto che nutre un sentimento tanto profondo. Protagonisti l’antitesi, per così dire del sentimento amoroso, ovvero Khalil Gibran e Friedrich Nietzsche. Da un lato un uomo critico dei dettati sociali, dall’altra uno tra i poeti più romantico di sempre. Inizierei dunque da quest’utimo, con la prima citazione pubblicata, in alto a sinistra. Le parole e il concetto stesso continuano a stupirmi, nonostante le conosca molto bene. L’amore non si possiede, ma si può ottenere. Quando l’avrai ottenuto sarà sempre parte di te. Non importa se tale persona…

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