Lucette Cohen Fins

Cycles and Structuralism

Some say, over the course of our lives, we go through seven-year cycles. Then someone else comes up and says, no, it’s a five-year cycle. Ah, just heard you say you are almost on the last year of your current nine-year cycle! This, in my opinion, is a mediocre perspective that sucks. Excuse me, but we are uniquely created humans. So why copy patterns from each other? Do we need this? No. Do we need superficial diversity? Yes. Then, case closed. According to my philosophy, cycles are individually programmed time frames and it’s pointless to assume the opposite. Some cycles may draw you and others apart through distance, while other cycles bring you back through reunions. This is perhaps an elastic form of Structuralism blended with bendable Surrealism. Once willing to dig deeper, you’ll soon be ready to embrace a larger comprehension of life, therefore you’ll no longer feel the need to downsize it to arithmetic values. Within each eager step taken forward, illumination will appear at its utmost and the immensity of the system of systems will illumination will be an inevitable stage for eager souls, refraining from sharp statements of such kind will sound a bit of an insult.

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