Jack Reacher wrote:I think you need to lay off the caps.
wat u mean? i have no idea wat u just said. English isnt my mother tongue.
R99 wrote:SPIRITUAL LOVE- THIS KIND OF LOVE HARD TO SEE, COZ IT DONT NEED ANY KIND OF BOUNDARIES OR CONDITIONS, AND IT ALSO CALLED UNCONDITIONAL LOVE. (SIMPLE AS THAT) A MOTHER'S LOVE TOWARDS HER CHILD IS A GREAT EXAMPLE
WEN IT COMES TO "LOVE" TOO MANY VARIATIONS- LOOK AROUND. DONT NEED ANY EXPLANATIONS. JUST ONE EXAMPLE- HE LOVES TO B**G HER. IT DOESNT MEAN HE ACTUALLY LOVES HER. PHYSICAL LOVE CANNOT BE ASSOCIATED BY SPIRITUAL LOVE. WAT U GUYS THINK. IS THIS CLASSIFICATION MAKES SENSE? AM I RIGHT? OR AM JUST GETTING DELUSIONAL?
Jack Reacher wrote:I meant don't type an entire post in capital letters, it's draining to read. Yes you can talk about love in an abstract sense, basically when two people both trust in each other that the other person loves them back, kinda the opposite of a nash equilibrium.
Summerlander wrote:I think a balance between altruism and egoism yields the best results. I don't agree with "unconditional love" though. It's counterproductive. People need to be taught lessons sometimes for their own good.
Ryan wrote:Summerlander wrote:I think a balance between altruism and egoism yields the best results. I don't agree with "unconditional love" though. It's counterproductive. People need to be taught lessons sometimes for their own good.
Why do you assume that those concepts (love and lessons) are mutually exclusive?
You don't need to be mean in order to teach someone a lesson.
Summerlander wrote:Maybe you are not ready to understand, eh?
Ryan wrote: What can I say... now I think differently. It works better for me... I feel it makes me a better person.
That's not to say it's a better way to think... it's to say that it's a better way to think for me. To each their own....
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