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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by soulgeezer, Aug 14, 2007.
Or, is love something that is unique in each instance and whole in and of itself toward each object?
If you love, your actions, statements and being will reflect that love. So, if you love, you unconsciously share that love.
But, need it be shared among objects (children, for example), or is it whole in and of itself toward each object, thereby not affecting the love held for the others?
Difficult parsing of the subject, but I'd still have to say yes. I believe that even if you love very few people, or even just one, it influences (positively) your interaction with everyone else to some degree.
Hey, I paid for the hooker. I don't see why I should pass her around.
This sentence needs more commas.
Just to expand a bit, the reason I believe that if one loves it is shared, is because to love someone else results in an increase of love of self, and love of self positively influences your interactions with others.
No it's written in American is all.
Or, is love something that is unique, in each instance, and whole, in and of itself, toward each object?
There, is that better?
But, for example, if you have two children, is it necessary to "share" your love between them, or is the love for each child independent and unique?
In other words, are we, as human beings, working from one pool of love that we have to divide among those whom we love?
I don't think love is a finite resource, and that you have reserves within yourself. Love as much as you want!
AHA! OK Now I understand what you were getting at, but I'm not sure exactly how to answer. The premise of the question would indicate that "love" is a finite or containable resource, and I honestly feel that it is not.
I have a wife, 2 sons, and a dog, I love them all. The love is expressed differently with each of them but I don't believe that diminishes the quantity or quality of "love".
Also I don't believe "love" applies to inanimate objects. I value my basses, but I do not love them.
did MM die and leave you in his will soulgeezer?
So you're saying that, if I love my parents and then I get a girlfriend that I love, does the act of loving my girlfriend mean that I love my parents less?
If that's right, then no.
he just left him in charge for a day or two.
shut up ya hippie!!!!