If we all lived for an eternity, will all our dreams come true?
honestly, i plain and simply fail to comprehend a life of eternity. it even makes me feel a little anxious. i am very fond of (our) reality - a constant coming to life and dying, a beginning and an end. i would not want to live an eternity even if it means sacrificing one dream for another, prioritizing, failing.
wether one would achieve all they have dreamed of when they live for an eternity? i do not know. i doubt it. in order to achieve your dreams one has to be able to make certain decisions, fail, reflect, learn from mistakes, retry. too many people lack those abilities. and too many people aim for too much rather than being satisfied with what they got and what is beautiful.
could you imagine entering a sexual relationship with another woman?
given that i am in a relationship, and given that i committed to this relationship, because i love and do not imagine myself on any other human beings side, and given that my partner is not female: no.
apart from that, i hope you can forgive that my sexual preferences are my private affairs.
i went to the metropolitan museum of art today. i got lost in the greek sculpture rooms. and one figure, in particular, grabbed my attention. it was a boy's torso- the limbs and the head no longer attached- but there was something strange and off-putting about the position of the abdomen in relation to the chest; at an obtuse angle. the placard suggested that it might have been a depiction of a boy trying to flee the arrows of the gods. really quite amazing. i'm not sure how long i stood there.
i like you for sharing that without any previous conversation – i felt this was worth posting.