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Analysis On Homosexuality

I would like to apologize in advance to anyone who may feel offended by this article. It is not my intention to judge or insult anybody, and my only purpose is to bring clarity to a subject which brings a lot of controversy and heated debates in our society.

Writing this article does not indicate that I am for homosexuality and consequently bringing publicity to it. On the contrary, everyone that has been following my writings knows what my views in this subject are that homosexuality goes against Nature; consequently, it is my opinion that it will not bring the best results or happiest endings.

Another reason for writing this is because homosexuality is a clear example (a great expansion) of what happens when we humans can’t find the love we need.

When we are in great need of love and we can’t find it at the level of our satisfaction, then we will go outside of conventional rules and disciplines to the point of being ridiculed, shun by  our peers, or to the extremeness of being crucified emotionally.

Yes, in my opinion, homosexuality occurs because the individual seeks satisfaction to his or her great emotional needs and he or she can find fulfillment in the opposite sex partner.

It is like Kahlil Gibran said, “There is no Evil! There is only the Good which has been tortured by its own hunger and thirst.”

The individual seeks satisfaction to the torrent of his emotions and there is not good food to satisfy his hunger or clear water to quench his thirst.

In the book, The Prophet, Gibran continues, “Verily when good is hungry it seeks food even in dark caves, and when it thirsts it drinks even of dead waters. You are good when you are one with yourself.”

Yes, in a lot of cases the individuals are in too much of a hurry to become involved with each other, the reason is because the importance of connecting emotionally to the right partner has not been emphasized enough. We need to study and spend more time screening the candidates before we open our own emotions.
Yes, satisfying your emotions properly is more important than sex, money or religion. Once you find fulfillment to your emotions, you will be able to obtain all the others as well, and your life will become a bowl of roses.

Go by my book, and other books on this subject by other authors, and be good to yourself.




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6 Responses to Analysis On Homosexuality

  1. Rueben Biglow April 10, 2012 at 3:04 am #

    I visited a lot of website but I believe this one has got something special in it. “The gods visit the sins of the fathers upon the children.” by Euripides.

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  4. Vincent Sylvan April 14, 2012 at 11:16 am #

    Thank you Rueben for your comment, what does mean “The gods visit the sins of the fathers upon the children.” by Euripides?  Does it mean that we are responsible for our parent’s misbehavior? Very confusing don’t you agree?
    Now that you have found me, why don’t you concentrate on what makes sense to you and forget all those false teachings that do not conform with your own needs? That is the road to your own happiness and greatness, “Find out your own needs and then proceed to satisfy them.” What fits with you, you take, and what doesn’t fit you do not take. How difficult is that?

  5. Vincent Sylvan April 14, 2012 at 11:19 am #

    Thank you Sima for your comment.

  6. Vincent Sylvan April 14, 2012 at 11:23 am #

    Marlana the contact page is indicated above the comment. It is   vincentsylvan@gmail.com

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