Tangled up in friendship

“Without friends no one would choose to live.”

~ Aristotle

“To the query, ”What is a friend?” his reply was, ”A single soul dwelling in two bodies.””

~ Aristotle

These brilliant descriptions of friendship aptly depict the intense emotion and spiritual awareness two people can have when they allow themselves to be completely entangled in harmony. Once entangled, there is no thought of status, imperfections, or competition of any sort between each other. As two become one, like vines clinging to a fence, they only seek to keep the intense entanglement alive and nothing else. When separated, there is an empty and hungry feeling that yearns for more entanglement so the two souls, bodies and minds can be properly nourished once again.

Chinese translation of my comment above

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One response to “Tangled up in friendship

  1. My opinion on your comments (especially for the Chinese translation): what a wonderful amoureuse situation (in the mood for love)!

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