At the root of human existence there is an underlying desire for community and connection. At the center of all human relationships there is a deep longing for shared meaning and connection, not a desire for self-preservation or material gain. Perhaps the purest manifestation of such inherent human longing is sexuality. Not animal mating, but ideology-laden human-divine sexuality. The ideology behind sexuality is the face of conscious existence and the shine of God.
Our yearning for meaning and connection, unification and fusion, however, does also imply a lost totality, a painful corruption, an existential rupture. A rupture not between man and man, but between man and perfection, man and fullness, man and the totality of existence.