posted on Jul, 26 2009 @ 09:55 AM
In my view, love is that connection that moves the world towards true peace and understanding and unity, that infinitessimal yet magnificent and ever
present force that ultimately propels us forward. When there is love, the various elements work together symbiotically. I believe love cannot exist
with judgment and lack of forgiveness. I would also agree that it is light, and not consolation. Love propels us forward, even if it seems harsh to
our small reality tunnels, even if it seems to be no consolation at all. It ultimately leads, however, to true reconciliation.
I would define hate as the connection that maintains war, separation, strife, illusory division. It is the god of divide and conquer. It is the
tunnel vision without true regard for the other. A sort of, "There is only me." It is a sort of impostor connection based on false projections and
judgments, a source of, to quote mindmelding in another thread, a sort of "entropic fractal" that seeks multiplication and magnification, and
destroys the understanding of the connection of all, degrading us with its progression.
All that being said, I believe we are in tune with love or hate based on our foundational perspectives. They are both perspectives, but love has the
whole perspective in mind. Hate's perspective is reduced to a single point, for it has no regard for the other (remember that a point is
infinitesimally small and has no dimension). This single point exists within the "O." It is a mere "O" pinion. It is pinned within the O, but
not aware of it. Hate is forever bound by love, even though it does not always seem that way within a loop, within a cycle. I believe that when love
reaches that tipping point of being the new opinion of the world, we enter the next dimension of love. I also believe that love, unfortunately,
reaches a tipping point status when there is a sufficient progression of hate, and its ugly ramifications are made manifest to the point that
blindness is no longer an option. In the next dimension, so to speak, a circle would be represented as a point. It is when our perspective is the
perspective looking at the whole picture, and not merely looking at selfish angles within the whole, causing blindness.