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1308. Oblaida   AR AR

And  the  frost  wrinkles  the  puddles  into  the  apotheosis  of  crucifix; 
God  nailed  to  the  cross  and  we  are  below  him  brothers  in  cold  and  filth, 
vodka  turns  us  into  rebels  that's  all  right; 
oh,  Oblaida  pour  more…  let  it  be  the  heat  of  night... 

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1342.   AR AR

There  are  no  innocents  at  all  since  the  age  of  crucifix; 
asking  for  freedom for  those  who  are  late  and  died  in  the  light  flames. 

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4.3579.   AR AR

He who lives in hell in life will be there in death. But you must remember that hell is in the soul of man, not outside it. Some crucified on the cross are much happier than those who crucify him.

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5.1520.   AR AR

Every gnat and gnat tries to bite Jesus, crucified on the cross...

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10.2743. An example to follow.   AR AR

As Jesus was not afraid of the crucifixion for his love of truth, he rose and became God...  so you serve your love.

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10.3288.   AR AR

The crucifixion of Jesus is a metaphor that the suffering and death of the Ego in the name of love engenders an eternal soul and eternal love.

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10.7572.   AR AR

The image of Jesus Christ crucified on the Cross is a metaphor for the path to Paradise, which always passes through suffering and humility with pain and fear.

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10.21937. Love crucified on the cross.   AR AR

For hope to come true, it must be identical with the concept of love.  You can't turn hope into an idol.  Love is immortal, and idols are mortal.  Imagine that your hope will die and not come true, are you ready to implement it anyway?  Is the process important to you?  The fact itself?  Are you ready to do it, even if you know that it will die?  If your faith and willingness to realize your goal remains unshakeable, even if your hope is crucified on the cross... then this is love.  Just don't lie to yourself.

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10.21938.   AR AR

True hope is the hope that is not afraid of being crucified on the cross.  If your faith is not afraid of death, then it is true.

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10.22202.   AR AR

The crucifixion  Jesus on the cross is a metaphor that your faith should not be dependent on other people's opinions.  Even if your love has been crucified, you must be the one to resurrect it.  True love is good because no matter how many times it is crucified, there are those who will rekindle the flame of love.

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10.22203.   AR AR

If your faith cannot survive the crucifixion of your love on the cross, it is a false faith, and you are a vile liar and a proud man.  True love must be reborn after death.  The symbol of the Christmas tree is a reminder that love lives on our strength.

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10.22852.   AR AR

Re-Read The " Process»  Kafka, the whole situation is well described there.  Look at the image of the gatekeeper (the house of the Duchess)  in " Alice»  Carroll's.  Remember the process over  Brodsky.  These people asked Brodsky:  "Who appointed you  A poet?"  They said  Brodsky:  "We did not appoint you as a poet, and therefore you are not a poet, and you have no right to write poetry or publish it."  These gatekeepers, who have never created anything themselves, are terribly jealous  Creators.  These people sleep and see how to crucify love.  As soon as true love appears, it is immediately stoned and crucified on the cross.

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