Sad … But It’s Easier to be Icy

By: Monica Pana
 
“Spiritual diseases are no longer treated with hot teas, but with cold showers.”
 
I do not know exactly who said this, but he’s right. Often we are cold, we feel insecure and it’s hard for us to give a hug. Maybe age is to blame. A child is much warmer and more affectionate. He feels the need and he expresses that by simply offering.
 
We always want warmth, a good thought, a few words of encouragement. We need to hear and see. Although it is a paradox, despite the fact that we can hear, see and speak, we are largely deaf, blind and mute. We do not hear cries for help, we do not see the sadness that occurs behind a crafty smile, we do not console thru words the wounded hearts.
 
We do not want to treat a broken soul. We look with an icy and lost look to those around us without making them understand why. Angel eyes hide a demonic mind. A broken heart, bandaged in a stone of confusion. We produce in them doubts about their own existence. We forget them and then we need their warmth. But, eventually… human nature is cold. We live with disappointments, we disappoint others and, after that, we give up the need for warmth.
 
Sad… but it’s easier to be icy and to protect yourself than to risk and be fulfilled.

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1 Comment

  1. “…human nature is cold…” I don’t believe this to be true. Like your written yourself, children are warm. If an adult is cold, he/she has learned to become like that for whatever reason. Stating human nature is cold is,to me, just not true.

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