"An Incurable Condition of Mankind"

The story of a man
Who, in a physical body, finds love
And once possessing this object
Wonders, is this love
Or is it sex?

What is one ... without the other
And, can a love affair survive
With whom one sleeps
Without sex?

"The Americans owe nothing to any man, they expect nothing from any man: they acquire the habit of always considering themselves as standing alone, and they are apt to imagine that their whole destiny is in their own hands.

"Thus not only does democracy make every man forget his ancestors, but it hides his descendants and separates his contemporaries from him: it throws him back forever upo n himself alone and threatens in the end to confine him entirely within the solitude of his own heart. "

Alex de Tocqueville

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Copyright 2004

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