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Painting: Acrylic, Oil on Canvas.
Statement of “You…& I”
In the beginning, the human being always was looking for his better half, whom could be his spouse, lover, friend, sister/brother…etc. That’s in order to complete the equation of: You…and I.
The philosophy of self-defines the essential qualities that make one person distinct and various from all others. There have been abundant approaches to defining these qualities. The self is the idea of a unified being which is the source of consciousness. Moreover, this self will be always in the worry for find the other who will be integrating it.
YOU, I am asking: Who are you?
Is the (you) absent or present? Is it looking for me as much as I am looking for him/her? Has it been created or not yet? Shall I wait longer till it appears in the horizon, colored with the rainbow?
You and I, is the core of creation. If I love you, then most likely you love me. Then, we don’t need to fight each other. Instead of throwing stones at each other; let us collect these stones to build a bridge to connect us. It doesn’t matter, I will come to your side, or we can meet at the middle.
Knowing others the – You- is wisdom. Knowing the self is enlightenment. Mastering others requires force. Mastering the self requires strength. The (I) knowledge (self- knowledge) alone is the means to the highest bliss, nevertheless it is a silhouette of egotism, but the absolute perfection is the consummation of Self-knowledge with YOU.
“You and I are the core of creation. If I seek you and love you, then, almost certainly, you too seek and love me. Then why fight, if we are part of a greater whole? Instead of throwing stones at each other out of fear, pain, or lack of knowing, let us gather these stones, together, to make a bridge. On this bridge, we can meet and become I with you and You with I- a We that unites our difference and similarities so that we can create, together.”
Size: 55 W x 55 H x 2 in
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