I updated my twitter and wrote these to phrases:

  • Madness will set us free
  • It is not always what it seems, so we should think about what it is, and not what it appears to be

I would like to elaborate on both separately and then put them together.

1. Madness will set us free

Originally it said “Love will set us free”, nonetheless, in this world, not everyone is lucky enough to fall in love, so what’s left? What we’re left with is solitude, so a person would become mad, trying to compensate the lack of love with something else… That’s when we really focus on something (other than someone).

So, being mad doesn’t sound too bad, does it?

2. It is not always what it seems, so we should think about what it is, and not what it appears to be

Let’s face it, not always things end up being what they look like. However, seldom are the times where we “stop and stare” and analyze the situation.

Thus, staring into space doesn’t mean I’m NOT thinking, maybe I’m reflecting about the very thing I’m gazing at…

3. Does this make sense?

“What we’re left with is solitude, so a person would become mad, trying to compensate the lack of love with something else… That’s when we really focus on something (other than someone)”. Does this really make sense to you? It shouldn’t! For love is the most noble feeling to ever have existed, and for this we should always strive to find someone to give our love. We can always find the strength to achieve what we want, nevertheless, we can almost never find the strength to get up and look and/or fight for the one we love.

You would are mad if you let love slip through your fingers.

It is not always what it seem[…]”, you shan’t mistake sexual intercourse for something as pure and magnificent as love, because love isn’t built on fornication but on trust, laughter, r, s, t … z (variables dependent on the couple in question).


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