Wednesday, 7 May 2014


It is a sign of a dull nature to occupy oneself deeply in matters that concern the body; for instance, to be over much occupied about exercise, about eating and drinking, about easing oneself, about sexual intercourse.

The tainted temple, your patched body, is like losing your virginity and surely knowing you will never be able to passionately possess that natural bareness.

Your body is the church where nature asks to be reverenced.

Once upon a time you look back and think about how much hatred you might have offered back to your parents, to felt like being pressured or forced to go to school and yet, now you realise how much you miss education and school life. Really doesn't matter your success or failure you sometimes want back that high school or secondary school fever.

Have you ever asked yourself, how much we profited from education? Especially in seasons of fashion trends or movements. How much education helped us to stand and utilise our mental capacity to choose right in socially motivated styles or perceptions?

It is so much more difficult to live with one's body than with one's soul. One's body is so much more exacting: what it won't have it won't have, and nothing can make bitter into sweet.

Why would you have tattoos?

Why would you infect your body with Botox?

Would you change your skin colour?

Would you alter your vagina, nose or penis?

What about creatively messing with your bosom, bum or belly?

There are a lot more to be achieved but if we really believe in the creator, do we need to correct and reconstruct his mighty intuitions, many things about our bodies would not seem to us so filthy and obscene if we did not have the idea of nobility in our heads.

In order to live a fully human life we require not only control of our bodies (though control is a prerequisite); we must touch the unity and resonance of our physicality, our bond with the natural order, the corporeal grounds of our intelligence.