The Joining of Souls: COMPLETION

I define joy as a sustained sense of well-being and internal peace – a connection to what matters.
Oprah Winfrey, O Magazine
US actress & television talk show host (1954 – )
Do you know that humanity is a lonely species fated to die by themselves, even if they are born together as siblings or as twins or fatefully alone? We all realize that as soon as we are all born, there is a timer that gets played around with, whether it by our own movements or something otherworldly or “godly” that either slows, quickens or ends this timer that is our lives. I realize after having had my life being in jeopardy three times that this is so apt a metaphor for a life, even if we are not like machines but do have our breakdowns, regardless of it being physical, mental and emotional. Now to another seemingly related subject of people: love. Love, like the subject of a miracle, is hard to explain compared to the chemical and cold exactness of the medical world. Love is like belief in the way that it keeps us all sane and moving regardless of what we are doing and where we are, like desperate  survival. Love is difficult subject to start speaking about because it makes people shy as quick as a reaction towards one’s clothes burning, and plus talking about “what you’re into” is as safe as playing around with Lye and warm water without protection, or, it could open up like a bleeding paper cut; slow, painful and crippling. Has anyone seen the movie Donnie Darko during the scene where the “liquid spear” protrudes from his chest guiding his actions? It seems to be that way when you’re trying to find someone because eventually, every human being in the world will pair themselves up, like a chain link from one end to the other to share a part of themselves, including their bodies before we are all destined for the ground as inanimate husks. I know, this post is short considering my absence, but to all who are bothered to read this, just a piece of advice: once you pair yourselves, enjoy the company no matter how short.
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