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The Kama Sutra

"No ashes, no coal can burn with such glow as a secretive love of which no one should know."

Sabina Spielrein
from her diary
"In the Jewish tradition of the Bible it says, "Speak to her softly, so that she will want
to engage in sexual activity." In today's world, there's a little bit of a danger in that
people don't really talk to each other. You see couples walking in the street,
each one of them texting someone else. That worries me."
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 
It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered,
it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but 
rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, 
always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

"This motive was a leading force in my shape my personal, intimate life as a woman according to my own will...Above all, I never let my feelings, the joy or pain of love take the first place in my life ...

I still belong to the generation of women who grew up at a turning point in history. Love...still played a very great role in my life. An all-too-great role! It was an expenditure of precious time and energy...utterly worthless...We, the women of the past generation, did not yet understand how to be free. The whole thing was an absolutely incredible squandering of our mental energy, a diminution of our labor power.

It is certainly true that we...were able to understand that love was not the main goal of our life and that we knew how to place work at its center...It was, in fact, an eternal defensive war against the intervention of the male into our ego...Our mistake was that each time we succumbed to the belief that we had finally found the one and only in the man we loved, the person with whom we believed we could blend our soul, one who was ready fully to recognize us as a spiritual-physical force...

But over and over again things turned out differently since the man tried to impose his ego upon us...the inevitable inner rebellion ensued, over and over again since love became a fetter...after the eternally recurring struggle with the beloved man, we finally tore ourselves away and rushed toward freedom. Thereupon we were again alone, unhappy, lonesome, but free - free to pursue our beloved, chosen ideal ... work."

Alexandra Kollontai

The Kama Sutra
All Women Are Beautiful