Our deepest yearning, our deepest need is to be intimately related to each other, and, eventually, to be intimately related to God. The breaking of those initial bonds is the most painful thing that we experience.
If people weren’t wanted as children, or if they had parents who did not really nurture them, this is where the real crippling of a human being takes place, in the breaking of those initial intimacies. Much of our energy is funneled into the quest to restore that initial intimacy, while millions of human beings have enormous defenses against real intimacy...
Words by Myron Stolaroff
Artistic photography by Henri Senders