“People find themselves, they simply find themselves.
They found themselves and did not even know they were looking for.
There are two women, two men, a man and a woman.
They find and feel that they are theirs.
They do not have to be anything, even the other.
They find their eyes, say, the complicity in the clarity that is clear to them only.
When they find themselves, they remain always close, not forcing, often not wanting.
They find themselves and recognize them, pull each other out of the mass with some self-centered heartburn, cling to themselves and, look at the miracles, they are no longer alone … “