why do we tend to hurt the ones we love most? what then is the definition of love.. is our understanding solely a meager derivative of love as defined by 1corinthians? do thoughts justify actions? what about suppressed actions.. in those cases do actions condone thoughts? is it because we are merely a fallen people as opposed to God who is Love, or who simply IS, that we cannot live up to the standard? or has the standard inherently been watered down..
i have literally never thought to question the essence of love before because i just throw the word around and i’m always like yay i love God i love family i love friends ILY *happy face* but it’s recently become such a seemingly foreign concept.. so. perplexed. can’t. articulate. brain. is. exhausted. o_o
maybe it’s a means of attack.
maybe it’s by virtue of circumstance.
either way…. hm.
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- ashinramen said: because we’re emotionally invested in the people we love, they’re more sensitive. we’re also more responsible for damages because of the intensive knowledge we have of them (for example, we know what makes them scared/cry/happy/etc). i think society
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