Placer. me, myself & I. I

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Se amplifica el bienestar y se expande, sensación de agrado que tanto gusto y tantas condenas causa y provoca.
No es cosa nova, para nada, ya quisiésemos el fruto de este siglo, digo, Epicuro en vaticinio por saber un algo ‘de las cosas del hombre’ le decía
extranjero aquí estarás bien, el yacer es el fin supremo’.
Ya digo yo, que si no lo es, habría de serlo ‘pardiez’!

Un olor a eucalipto que pose en tu nariz un céfiro tempranero, una segunda – que los primeros como los hijos han de tirarse- edición de una enseñanza en libro, un vino entregado por conocer, un vaso de agua rociado de agrio limón, una ola ,un baño en el mar de roca en un día nublado y vacío… de gente, permitiendo se desarrolle la misantropía sin que se note. Eso es placer.
hēdonē‘, espíritu griego del placer. Vale, acepto, eso es hedonismo. Que no voy a discutir en eufemismos.
Es.
Dormir con sueño comer con hambre follar con ganas, esto es placer.
Tras Epicuro..Boccaccio…, décadas atrás conocidos…el edén, el paraíso, mi jardín, está en el lugar en que lo hagamos surgir.

Con ello, en todos y en cada uno de los placeres, si no hay recompensa el cerebro no reacciona, si no hay reacción no va a haber repetición, aún menos adicción.
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La capacidad de disfrutar de un placer, el que fuere, en la medida de cada aptitud bien es cierto – parabién de quien carezca de según qué glándulas-, es la misma, la controlada por el cerebro.

En eso el hombre en su evolución nada y menos se ha desarrollado.
deseo : placer : cosas
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“Como veis, el sol está alto y el calor es grande,

y nada se oye sino las cigarras arriba en los olivos,

por lo que ir ahora a cualquier lugar sería sin duda necedad.”

Boccaccio

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Let’s celebrate!

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Things that matters when you are into a kinda’recently-starting-to-be-assumed maturity.
No refutation, no critiques, the basic affections are irrepressible to the reason. That is the sentence of emotion-seekers (as I mention a post ago).
In my defense I can mention there are experts – in times where everybody results an expert on everything- who believes that meaningful purpose is a key source of motivation for mature adults, that means me, and that fulfilment of meaning was more important than gratifying impulses.

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Sand, sea, leopard print….trivializing? really? do you honestly believe is there no a deepest line beyond that? there is, you know it, if not, today, it is not the writer or the painter’s fault, but the  type of daydreamer you, my sweetest reader, are.

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Instants of willpower, no doubt! – c’mon sweetie-pie, be a bit smart than you look like, take the things you control and  carry them out!
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Past, the treasures to be enclosed within your memory box.
Self-directedness is a personality trait referring to self-determination, Realize you had the ability to regulate your behaviour to the demands of the situations you were involved achieving personally chosen goals.

You remain the values, something extremely valuable but not worthy…at all.

imageimage My breath. No comments are needed.

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The reason of being, the cause of an effect, the mater and in the rusher times the matter, the only one who can say I am sick of ‘locus of control’ without being spoilt.
She.

When the act of repeating is a ‘must’! Since the relevance stays with one’s day to day, the elements.

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If I produce tenderness to a soul’s coach,that is also a trend, from an apparently sad day it is to be considered. If someone smart as to have a cup full of pens with a Toreau’s quote says your arguments smell hesitation as it is supposed you are in your real life is to be taken into account.
Epicurus says We must, therefore, pursue the things that make for happiness, seeing that when happiness is present, we have everything… is the hedonism beneath pleasure and forgod’shake I do understand it on my skinny body.

Rough and tough. Receive & fit inside, darling!
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(Or the not-really-helpful topics, those called idealists, still trust.)image

       ‘If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting…
…If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim.
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;…’

If, Kipling.
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