Dialogue – Mirka


When is a speech a dialogue and not a monologue?

Dialogues can become monologues when we concentrate only on what we say and feel and not on what is happening around us. On the other hand, we can live in an illusion of being in a “monologue” even though we are constantly affected by our surroundings – responding to the world and sending impulses. Even our words are not existing in a vacuum but they are linked to traditions, experiences, histories…

”Love me, love me, love me”

”You do things from a position where you don’t exist“

”Love me, love me, love me”

“You haven’t got external approval. But you do many things. You would give everything.”

“Me, me, me”

“Love is not a person. Love is not a future. Love is not a destination, destiny. Love is not selling and buying.”

“How can I get it then? If there is nothing I can do. If I am not worthy enough.”

“Loves me, loves me not. Loves me. You will get love for free. But you don’t want it. “

“It is too cheap.”