OU SAID THERE IS JOY IN MELTING, RIGHT?
If the melting is so joyful—and I don’t mean to doubt it—then why do we not
allow ourselves to melt completely? If it were difficult, then coming out of
it halfway through would be logical. But if you are feeling joyful—and I’m
sure that as you melt you feel more loving and soft, tender, gentle—in that
kind of temporary heaven, why would you like to come back? If it was
suffocating, then I could understand; you want to come out and breathe a
little bit. But it is so joyful—why would you leave that? Unless remaining
the personality that is going into that melting is more joyful than melting?
Then it would be more attractive to come back to the original self that you
were, the so-called original self, of course. What do you think?
We’re afraid of losing our identity.
But you are feeling joyful, you say. So?
I was thinking it is not more joyful but it is known, familiar.
And that melting would be a little unknown then, kind of scary?
Would mostly fear it.
Fear of that unknown or fear of losing your darling personality?
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