"A poor man who does not settle for poverty and a monk who does not embrace celibacy as a joy, are two unhappy existences, in perpetual struggle with the state of affairs and aspirations. Their lives flow in a constant blasphemy for their inability to turn their ideas into practice, their blasphemy is creating the opposite of what they wish for. They desire is enhanced by the need for the image of a thing, the more distant it is, the larger it becomes, it reverberates in blasphemy which is an animated impression from the cupid desire and emitted with the mad enthusiasm of the crazy. " . August is the month needed to reduce the distance between aspirations, dreams, hopes and the state of affairs.