Love: what about it is told great and well-known? A female look of
What there is a love?the American writer of the 20th century Dorothy Parker assimilates to
love of mercury because “it is possible to hold it in an open palm, but not in the squeezed hand“. The winner of the Booker Prize Iris Murdoch philosophically notices: “The love is when the center of the Universe suddenly is displaced and moves to someone another“.
Ninon de Lanclo, the famous French courtesan, the writer and the owner of literary salon, resorts to other comparisons: “The love is the most risk type of trade and for this reason in love so often there are bankruptcies“; “Love - the traitress; it scratches you till it bleeds as a cat even if you wanted to play only with it“.
Virtuous mother Theresa considers that it “the only cure for loneliness, despair and hopelessness“, and therefore “in the world is a lot of people who die of hunger, but it is even more of those who die because that they lack love“.
Mnoogopytny madam de Stael, Anna - Louise of Jermain, does not recognize a look through pink glasses and speaks very pragmatically: “The love is an egoism together“, but then adds: “The essence of love is a trust“. Having skillfully paraphrased on a female harmony Pythagoras`s statement that love - the theorem needing the proof every day our contemporary Tamara Kleiman transfers it to a rank of axioms, and the concept of an ezhednevnost changes on “constantly“, thereby increasing the importance.
Tatyana Petrash, a popular aforist of our days, is vital declares: “The love - itself the doctor, the mentor and the purpose“, and the poetess Emily Dickinson is expressed in the spirit of modern to it the 19th century and quite in a feminine way: “Love - all this. And all this that we know about it“.
What means to love?Generally women prefer to say
about being darlings and as required to explain to men as they need it and what for this purpose is not enough. For example, Margarita Navarrskaya addresses them edification: “If it seems that that with whom you fell in love is as like as two peas similar to you and wants all that is wanted by you, then actually you will love not it but only yourself“.
Minna Antrim complains: “The difference between man`s love and female love consists in what the woman loves very much and soul, and the man loves all mind and a body“. Resolute Francoise Sagan speaks paradoxically: “To be darling, it is the best of all to be beautiful. But to be beautiful, it is necessary to be darling“. And Ninon da Lanclo crafty notices: “Us, women, men love for charming shortcomings rather, than for obvious advantages“.
Along with similar statements confessionary are said. The actress Fanny Bryce admits: “I never liked men with whom I was in love, and I was never in love with men who were pleasant to me“. Agatha Christie shares frank supervision: “Where it is about love, women think a little of pride if at all they think of it. Pride is something that does not descend at them from language, but is never shown in affairs and acts“.
But at last business reaches the essence of a question. Frenchwoman Sidony - Gabriel Kolet who wrote fifty books speaks: “When love, do not write romance novels“. George Sand, she is Aurora Dyudevan, declares: “Our life consists of love and not to love - means not to live“. The psychologist Virginia Satir says lyrical:
I want to love you, but not to hold you,
Ya I want to appreciate you without reasonings,
Ya I want to join you, but not to interfere in you, I want to ask
Ya, but not to demand, I want to help
Ya, but not to reproach with inability, -
If both of us want it, then we can meet.
And after this Marin Tsvetaev, getting into conversation, reports intimate truth: “To like - to see the person such what he was conceived by God and parents did not carry out“.
As influences love time?
of the Lady willingly sneer on the subject “Love and Time“. The Polish artist and the writer Yanina Ipokhorskaya not without humour declares: “Neither for cold, nor from love there are no effective pills. Both that, and another usually pass by itself, without foreign intervention“. Dorothy Parker caustically adds: “Thanks to love time passes imperceptibly, and thanks to time imperceptibly there passes the love“. Tamara Kleiman asks a venomous question: “If the old love does not rust why it begins to creak“?
Iris Murdoch tries to recustomize conversation on prospect, but in its execution the future is not too joyful: “When there passes the initial inspiration, the love demands strategy; we cannot refuse it though it is frequent it and means the beginning of the end“. But madam de Stael surely takes president`s reins in hand and finishes discussion of a question quite optimistic statement: “Love - some kind of eternity. It erases memory of the beginning and fear of the end“.