As soon as two people find they love each other, they can no longer keep their distance. And, just as quickly, they reject each other
"Love contains all riches, but you will only truly find them when you have learnt to love. When two creatures discover their love for each other, why must they spoil it all so quickly? Why don’t they understand that what’s happening to them is the promise of the greatest happiness, the greatest fulfilment? – but only if they know how to use their glance, their words and all the subtle exchanges they develop between themselves, to become more perfect, purer and nobler. Obviously, that takes time. But, as soon as two people find they love each other, they can no longer keep their distance. And, just as quickly, they reject each other; they don’t know each other anymore – because they moved too fast! You will say, ‘Keep their distance? But why should they?’ So that they can use all the currents emanating from them to elevate themselves, to be inspired and dazzle the whole world. Yes, so that you can say when you see them, ‘But who are these two people? There’s a light emanating from them, something divine.’ For that is the purpose of love: to emanate light."