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  • Josh@orangeboxman.com
    Elaine- Are you saying that pure love is always the same or always different? Is it purer when it is what it is or when it has become what it supposed to be ?
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 5, 2002
      Elaine-

      Are you saying that pure love is always the same
      or always different?
      Is it purer when it is what it is or when it has
      become what it "supposed to be"?

      -Josh

      ---- Original message ----
      >Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2002 19:12:23 +1000
      >From: "Elaine" <lizral@...>
      >Subject: Re: Re: [Sartre] All Knowing is Intuitive
      >To: <Sartre@yahoogroups.com>
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >> After reading Nietzsche, I find it even harder to see
      >> children as innocent. The fact that they have a very
      >> limited range of power to abuse does not make them
      >> morally purer.
      >
      >They say that a child, by the age of 4 years is already
      >conditioned/socialized.
      >>
      >> BTW: does the existence of love precede the essence of
      love?
      >> If it does, then how can any love be "pure"?
      >
      >The more i learn, the more i realize i know so little of all
      that can be
      >known. I think perhaps it is the other way around,
      that "pure love" is the
      >essence of love, love that just is, without attaching
      meaning to the emotion
      >of love. Life begins with the expression of the essence of
      love (pure love)
      >which encourages the individual to experience the self and
      others. Then as
      >the individual develops, subjective meaning is attributed to
      varying forms
      >of experience to define love or lack to love. The more love
      is carved up
      >(given variable meanings) within subjective experience, the
      further one is
      >removed from the essence of pure love.
      >
      >> (I understand that love is a subjective thing,
      >> but it seems to be a thing which is universally
      >> recognized, even by people who can't agree on what it
      >> is and what it isn't, so I think it has some
      >> phenomenological value.)
      >
      >We begin life with an eagerness to know and explore, we
      develop in Being to
      >fully experience and then from mid life onward we appear to
      reflect upon
      >what has gone before. We begin with the essence of love,
      explore it's every
      >sense in meaning and then upon reflection, yearn to embrace
      the essence of
      >love we began with, but have lost through the experience of
      life and the
      >defining of meaning.
      >
      >When i know nothing i just "am", the more i come to know and
      experience, the
      >more meaning i attribute to Being, the less i know and
      understand who i am.
      >
      >Love & Hugs
      >Elaine
      >
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