The mechanism of convergence can be described through the metaphor of flowing water. Here comes the dense stream. He rests against the barrier, for some time he stands in front of her, accumulating strength, then breaks through the barrier and rushes further with redoubled energy. Until the next barrier.
So is the rapprochement. People, “walking” towards each other, stick in obstacles (usually internal) and for some time they crumple around them. True, unlike water, people can also retreat, having decided that the barrier is too strong (read – without finding the courage to take another step forward). Continue reading
The Tale of Parting
For people who are prone to worry, parting is a rich, beloved tale, accompanied by deep experiences of usually negative nature. People usually begin to feel sadness, guilt, gratitude, love and other vivid emotions. Those who leave are beginning to be called “outcast”, which in the existing cultural tradition is considered a big blow to the person’s self-esteem and self-esteem. “Parting” – a popular theme of artistic and literary works. Continue reading
Love: sweet sickness of body and soul
Being in love is a trance state of charm and admiration, attraction and affection, a mixture of hormone chemistry and romantic passion. In fiction, as in everyday communication, love is called love, considered a kind of love, although between them only the external similarity. Love, sweet sickness of the soul and body – this is the most common and the brightest fake love.
Love and love are not to be confused, they are as different things as an exclusive masterpiece and consumer goods from the bazaar. Continue reading