Make time for love.
If I have taught you nothing else in this life, this is the second most important lesson I can dispense to you.
Put aside those dubious moral codes and religious dogmas and pursue the essence of intimacy. Believe me when I tell you that it’s reward is worth the seeking.
Find someone with whom you are highly compatible, make certain that the chemistry is there, and then take measures to ignite that fire whenever possible.
In broad daylight if you must, with a thousand pairs of unaware feet passing by; but also at sunset when every color in the sky enhances each others’ glow. You should partake of the act at the stroke of midnight as the chiming chords of a grandfather clock sync your rhythms in perfect time. Consummate your love at the break of day, so that your passions will help to usher in the first rays of the morning light.
If performed during a heavy rain, the torrents of water will help to wash away any fears or frustrations; likewise you will find that in a hailstorm the ice bullets pounding down will heighten your ecstasy.
When the snow piles drift deeper, hunker down together amid your flannel sheets and downy comforters, and take long slow dips into the pleasure of each other’s gift.
For tell me please, what is this life if bereft of love? Without love, you will find that the purpose of living through each season, and indeed, every passing moment will become infinitely more painstaking and barren if lived alone.
So find someone, a person whom you can cherish, and then take the time spend as many wonderful moments together as you possibly can, in every season, in any hour, immersed in each other’s love.
photo and article by LJB