That's a value of Humans I believe. But it's very rare these days. I meant pure love!!
Well, Top Management, I think that this is a psychological and physical question that no one has a 100% answer to.
A book could be written in answer to this question...in fact I expect scores of books, if not hundreds, already have. What stops people loving one another unconditionally, as most mothers love their newborn child, is fear. Every negative trait in humans is probably based on it.
The greatest mistake is to perceive the world by our five senses only - and nothing else. We deduce that we are all separate, therefore it is a case of 'me against the world,' or, to a lesser degree, 'my family against the world' or an even lesser degree, 'my village against the world.' You could perhaps label these as 'circles of self-interest' with oneself at the centre. The closer the circle to you, the more 'these are my people.' This is why you can read without emotion that 50,000 cars were stolen in, say, Brazil, last year, but get really upset if someone steals YOUR car. It was right in your centre of self-interest.
When those circles eventually become dotted lines, rather than barriers, the whole world will love each other and it'll be a much, much happier place.
Do they? not everyone loves each other. Some do and some dislike each other. I wish everyone was friendly to each other but that may not be realistic.
People that love each other, love each other because of the experience. Wanting and yearning for what the opposite person has to give, as well as has to offer. It is a give and take that's unconditional, kind of like how the universe gives and we always take, but in this case some of us never give back.......hmmm
Vonda G. Nelson
by GFS TEAM 6 years ago
I am still trying to find its answer, but its true that even I love to be alone. But dont know the reason yet
by wanzulfikri 6 years ago
My friend just asked me and I felt weird thinking about the answers. For me, books are forms of entertainment and knowledge. What do you guys think?
by Charlu 6 years ago
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by Jenny Pugh 22 months ago
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by g-girl11 5 years ago
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by Sajib 6 years ago
Actually, I want to know...which one is the real love? Parent's love or girlfriend's love or both?
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