One day Zeus, wanting to punish the man without destroying him, cut him in two. Since then, each of us is the symbol of a man { hekastos oun Hemon estin anthropou symbolon}, the half that seeks the other half, the corresponding symbol. To heal the ancient wound, Zeus, after inflicting it, sent Love:

Love among the gods, the friend of men, the doctor, the one who leads back to the ancient condition. Trying to make one what he is two, Love tries to medicate human nature.

Since then, men have joined together and thus generate, no longer by union with the earth, but by a mutual union. Mediator between men and the gods, Love intervenes at the limit of the human.
He who touches this madness fascinates us and induces us to that progressive surrender of ourselves that makes possible the liberation of that madness of which Love is surrounded, where meaning plays with non~sense and where no new word is given except by liberating at every moment the ancient madness.

By finding the other half, you will reach your goal

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