According to Plato, every soul has a mate in the stars, and once the life is right, the soul can return to its star. Is that really the case? Noémi Vészabó thrusts the swirling, yet beautiful, swirling, chained and flying feel of love into the sky.
Everyone wants to be happy, but most of the time when happiness knocks, we don't open the door because we're scared.
We are afraid of the weight of emotions, we are afraid of the power of love, of being vulnerable. After all, if we love someone, we will surrender our full truth, open our hearts, sacrifice our bodies on the altar of embrace.
But we, women and men are different: a man wants to own, a booty, he wants a body.
We women love to have the other, to have us, to scorch his gaze, and of course to have us at all costs. At all costs! But all this is what women and men want for as long as love lasts.
But how long does love last?
And what does it take for you to have ours once? For millennia, there has been no answer to this, and it will probably not be as long as people are alive, for then the secret would disappear. The secret we want so much because it's exciting for man and woman.
As the years go by, we slowly learn what it means to love someone, but with a non-chained soul, that being alone can not be happier, because being alone does not necessarily mean loneliness, that in a tired love, great souls know that nothing lasts forever, that we can only be happy who does not want to change us, that we need to be able to say the word: I love you, because it may not be a chance to love it when we go to bed with each other … because love is a strange flower that rarely opens. According to Plato, every soul has a mate in the stars, and once the life is right, the soul can return to its star.
How many souls have so far succeeded?
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