This sign, II <3 II , was born from the struggling search of a new phrase from an unknown vocabulary that would express the deepest love, indefinably deep, whereas the “I” is melted to the “You”, hence on the same side as the I and deeply meshed.
Yet the I and the You remain parallel, vigilantly safe from co-dependency, a shooting track to high orbits of growth, in respect and awe of the other.
This sign may be summed up as:
I love You, yet Me first
I am Devoted to You, yet Free first
I choose, at all times, to love You and to be devoted to You, away from any inner or outer pressure such as law or history or even what I thought was love, and from my proud adherence to commitment. I love You from my Free Will.
This sign also proposes a reflective symmetry, a moment of reflection or meditation about self-nourishment, self-love, and observing our union to our self.
This reflective symmetry also provides an offering to meditate on or relationship to the other and our couple as a sculpture of our own doing. A piece of art that will require our daily honing. Yet a piece of art. Let’s create a new protected and fertile world inside these tracks.
Why is “You” not capitalized in the English language, if “I” is? This sign also vows to equalize, from the heart and not from law, the symbolic and power of the I and the You. This sign gifts them both with the capitalized Oneness of the I, to invite new dimensions of compassionate understanding within relationships.
“Put yourself in my shoes” becomes a given in our communicating with the other. And with the child in Us.
You want to say “I love You”? You want to say “Hear me out” to the other or yourself? All You needs is to brandish this sign hanging from your neck, or show your parallel index and middle finger from both your hands, framing your beautiful face.
This will mean II <3 II …