The majority of hypocrite people stop hiding theiregocentrismwhen they judge as poor the love manifestations of others in comparison to their own. Once this judgment has been made, this subject defends his sentence with ten thousand reasons, from aesthetic to theological, without considering for a second that the only thing he is doing is absolutizing the relative, like a teenager who didn’t have street. It is this need for personal absolutes, for supposedly own definitions that support their capacity for reasoningthat determine the extent of their shortcomings, just as the basic manuals of bipedal psychology.
The lonely ones, however, having experienced a lot of times the practically impossible of finding some worthless absolute, and having become use to a lot of other relatives of all kinds, are the ones who end up clearly putting the concept of selfishness before the concept of egocentrism. And from this selfishness that admits and recognizes the relative is that they also assume the ephemeral.Without underestimating or underestimating, without in any way underestimating long spiritual traditions or mental works of decades of effort, the lonely are the ones who usually know that this moment is truly unrepeatable; that it may or may not be worth it; that it may be lasting.
Geniuses go a little further than this and that sidewalk. Able to write each word, they can also make each word vibrate, draw, evoke and represent it.They are the ones who have not resigned to the defeat, let alone triumph. Genius starts from being a one, and knows it. It doesn’t have to come to this. It is in itself. What is left for them to do then? To build bridges. And the thing is that any genius can build any bridge for another genius to cross. But can a genius make a bridge that can be crossed by a self-centered, selfish person?