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Friday, October 17, 2014
What Love Means (情为何物？)
I am in no
position to give advices concerning love affairs for I am only an occultist.
Having said so, there are just too many people with love problems came to me in
the hope to call back their lost loves.
Before I go
on, let me quote two famous sentences form the work “catching fish-remarks from
goose grave” (摸鱼儿·雁丘辞) by a
famous writer, Yuan Haowen (元好问) from Jin and Yuan Dynasty:
“I ask the world: what
love means? It is a binding affair until the death.”
writers normally described loves as poignant and enchanting, but for an
astrology standpoint; love cannot be kept by whatever means. When love comes,
one has to embrace it; when love turned sour, then we will have to let it go.
There is no other means to retain a lost love. The more we grasp onto the faded
love, the sadder we shall become and hence loosing sights of further coming
opportunities. Regardless of if what religion said, we only live once and most
of the time, there is no second chance.
In case of
anyone wanting to bring back lost loves, I would advise just to let go: if the
person is destined to be his/hers; then he/she shall come back by his/her own.
To me, there is nothing such as ‘die together’ or ‘fatal love affairs’. My worries
are that too many people who came to me showing a tendency of hurting
themselves and their lost loves.
embracing and letting go is part of our life learning; without letting go, then
we shall simultaneously lose sight of coming opportunities too. If you wonder the
full posting of “catching fish” is as below: