Henry Miller On Surrendering To Life.

We deserve love, but we also must learn to accept love. Our happiness depends on how well we bear our responsibility. Our prayers are manifesting, but the actualization waits on us to allow life to unfold. Because of our own self-denigration, we struggle accepting love, wealth, and even the possibility of peace. Through surrendering we […]

Henry Miller Speaks on Marriage.

We find that every culture expresses love differently, and I watch my peers spouting love so loosely, and constantly that I feel it reaffirms my suspicion in our collective loneliness. We have little community; work families are a myth, and our partners, unfortunately, replace the community we so desperately desire. Marriage, sometimes, is treated like […]

Henry Miller On The Pain Of Love.

Love makes us delusional, and loneliness makes us liars. Sometimes love is unrequited, sometimes it dies, withers, and wilts changing it texture like the seasons. But loneliness enters us into relationships that makes us deny someone for who they are, we are presenting ourselves as ready to create love, but truly, internally, we confess to […]

Henry Miller On Love

If we knew our worth we would spend more days alone. Instead, like hopeless romantics we accept everyone in order to fall in love. However, it may be best to spend those nights alone rather than with someone unable to unmask us. We are always wearing masks, and love as James Baldwin says, “Love takes […]