A Call For Love

I’ve discussed this idea in the past, how everything that people do is motivated by love or a call for love, so the only appropriate response in any situation is to extend love. A number of people have not understood this, have misinterpreted it, have suggested that I am encouraging people to extend love to toxic, dangerous predators, which is not even close to what I have been talking about. This philosophy is best applied to relationships where there is a foundation of love, and yet an argument erupts with a lot of anger, raised voices and name-calling, all of which are extremely counter-productive if one wants to resolve the conflict in a loving way that doesn’t generate more resentment and unhappiness.

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