dali48 and writing books and photographing etc...
16.11.1998 - Interpretation of dali48
When marriages grow older - love, crisis, new beginnings... (E. Jaeggi)
Men as perpetrators and victims... - The need for social change... (W. Hollstein)
Male hegemony has put us all ecologically, politically, socially and morally on the brink of a possible downfall... - Sexism = reduction of the other sex... - Men have to try to overcome anonymity, fear of touch, hostility and competition in their everyday dealings with each other - The democratization of gender relations demands the quality of a cultural revolution... - For the man of today, there is only one alternative: his change as a guarantee for a sustainable future or his downfall - collectively in the ecological or nuclear disaster, individual in increasing dissatisfaction, stress, illness and premature death - To that extent male change is equal with life... - Roth remembers that in the 1950s a man who was reluctant to marry was either immature or homosexual... - Men have only experienced superficiality, loneliness, competition, achievement, dominance and control in social relations with other men - Their experiences with men have hitherto been painful, sad, disappointing and often even traumatic... - A new beginning is always defensive. It demands the retreat, which alone offers that peace and protection from masks which are socially imposed - and allows to begin with the core of authentic needs and desires that will open up in this way, to start the reconstruction of ones own life carefully - This is the only way to create a new thinking and action... - Alone, helpless, disowned by the nourishing breast and the warming soul of the woman which in the deepest was not feminine, but simply human - Thus won gender-specific one-sidedness - The spin-off had consequences. Nature and the world became desolate under the one-sided rule of the men, and the man became desolate himself - for the interior speaks of his real feelings and his real needs - Thus the man can rediscover the voice of his own self, and listen and trust it - and avoid wrong directions to outsourced goals... (W. Hollstein)
Golden Snow I believe dali48 Marriage is the hardest situation to be in. It takes a lot of giving and take. It needs truth and courage. If one partner fails to hold up the other things go very wrong. I also believe it is almost impossible to have a perfect marriage without a lot of forgiving... just my feeelings.
Annex2 to the blogs of dali48
09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +