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Love, the one law Newton forgot about

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posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 03:28 PM
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Many would of heard rationalised theories that there are certain natural laws, laws that are the drive force behind the functioning’s within our universe. That gravity simply states: What goes up must come down. That speed of a falling object of any size reaches a terminal velocity regardless of its weight. Now it's very hard to argue with observations like that. Just by dropping a pen it seems gravity governs the outcome every single time. There are even more flexible 'laws' that have been introduced in the early 20th century. One amongst them is the law of attraction, which in a nutshell, regards thoughts manifested consciously/subconsciously within ones own psyche, directly influences cause and effect towards your external environments. Thus, like attracts like, and if one wallows in self-pity all the time, one would simply get more of it. This being more flexible in its interpretations still seems quite plausible considering it takes a firm decision to direct thoughts elsewhere, that achievement goes well with a positive mind set.

What if there was another unseen law within the universe, one that governs the functioning of intelligent sentient beings capable of cognition (decision making) a base for the physical and mental to coexist. Where practical and theory bind together as one in the form of ideas being manifested into reality by practically applying the thoughts into creations.

It is a fact that humans share a common set of traits, emotions being a broad example. That it takes a specific mood to engage in a specific task. What if I introduce a new perspective on the most mysterious and fascinating emotion of them all? An emotion that all humans crave from birth, one so powerful wars were fought in its honour, heroes where made by its principles, and boundaries were pushed by its purpose.

What if ‘Love’ is a natural law?
What if the choice to go against this law disturbs the natural order of existence?
What if the wrong choice is the reason the planet is faced with so many dehumanising dilemmas?
What if there was predetermined reason the majority of populations struggle amongst each other for survival?
What if mind control was a possibility outside the realms of a science fiction movie?


What if ‘Love’ is a natural law?

Before we can ask this question, there is a certain dimensional understanding that must be evident in the following assumption, based on observational techniques, an action that is being performed to fully understand the multitude of bridging gaps, that may formulate a credible hypothesis on the concept and meaning of love for the human race. Firstly it must be recognised that love is not just reserved as a mutual relationship between two individuals, but can also be directed at other animate or even inanimate subjects.
Thus love is both bi-directional (focused at more than one) and mono-directional (focused on one only). This dualistic pattern directly reflects the ideology of the mind body struggle, the physical and mental expressing in either balance and harmony, or conflict, jealously, and anger. The main area of concern ascertaining to the overall concept of love is simply the plethora of interpretations and religious connections that mankind has provided one another with. This clearly celebrates our tendency towards diverse social identities and cultural backgrounds. Now with all that said, that clear understanding of the importance of love to develop a healthy mental and physical existence. Is clear indication that this immeasurable sensation, feeling, emotion is essential for a human to thrive.

To rebel against love is unnatural

Considering the first argument and lets go with the premise that love is an essential aspect of ones development. Then you take an individual and deprive him/her of that love for his/her whole childhood. You will be left with an emotionally deprived individual with various personality disorders, full to the brink of resentment and hateful to almost unstable proportions. How can you expect such an individual to live in a harmonious way and function well in a social environment? Creating this instability has a remarkable way of spreading rather quickly, being as it is that the human is a sensitive creature with a functioning ego of the ‘self’. You are eventually left with a vast majority of emotionally unstable individuals trying to function in a society where people are expected to be a certain way, to fit the ‘norm’ It is almost as if love was a part of the human beings evolution process, to ensure the species will survive by using their passion to fend for one another in times of threat. This is however just speculation on my behalf; I am merely trying to convince ‘you’, the reader, to consider various possibilities that have a strenuous effect on ones life.

Wrong choice, dehumanising dilemmas

The great thing about the humans existence it the remarkable capability we have to make choices that are influenced by many physical and mental factors. Is it a possibility than in these modern times the concept and meaning of love has taken more strain with all the fast-paced and superficial lifestyles so many of the youth has adopted as a healthy form of functioning. So many youngsters are involved with some sort of stimulant abuse to fill this empty void inside, which needs to be filled as part of a natural balance. Superficial relationships coupled with lack of love and appreciation forms a door to the abyss of depression and confusion. The social aspects of our lives are greatly influenced by ‘links’ in a chain that have lost sight and purpose. It is evident that we all have met people whom seem to carry negativity around like it is their job. I speculate with much scrutiny that just understanding the importance of love being part of some ones life can solve this dilemma. Furthermore, It is evident that love and the all the aspects that make it such a powerful force, manifested by will at any point, quantity, and time as it comes from within. Then why in these modern times is there a vast deprivation of love between people?

Dogging the Zombie affect, being human again.

It is without a doubt evident that 80 percent of the world population is directly influenced by some form of media on a daily basis. Whether its television adverts, news channels, magazines, newspapers, or radio channels. This ‘media’ bug has logged itself deep into the psyche of the everyday man, showing him how to act, what to buy, what to think, how to feel, and most upsettingly how to live. We are brainwashed to think there is to much competition with very little rewards, so we become selfish, conniving and ruthless for our ‘piece’ of the economic cake. Why would it be such a controversial argument to state the masses are under control by the ultra rich when it is so clearly practiced on a daily basis? Seems the concept of brainwashing is more real than what the brainwashed believe. We will never fulfil that empty void with material objects, social status or big banking accounts. It has never been our purpose to live the way we do and this imbalanced existence of the modern man is the reason we are on a slippery slope with almost no rope to feed our predicament.




posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 03:29 PM
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I write this conclusion with the intent to make it clear that love, although broad in it’s meaning, is essential to any human. This love does not cost a cent and never will. It can be manifested by anyone towards anyone at anytime. To understand it, you need to feel it. It is with a great amount of concern that a plea to you, the reader, to engage in the giving and receiving of love. Make it your purpose to spread it so that we as humanity can go on to flourish for centuries to come. Life is meant to be enjoyed, not endured, love is part of that enjoyment, the lack of it is part of the endearment, and you get to choose the one you want to embrace.



posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 06:26 PM
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More accurately, not love is the fundamental but happiness is. Not all are looking to be "liked/loved" by others but ALL humans AND animals are looking for HAPPINESS.

When we are showing love for others, what are we really doing? We are giving them happiness. The support that they are looking for, or the acceptance that they are looking for.

Why do we hate things? Because it makes us unhappy.

Happiness is also connected with our instinct. It makes us happy to eat food when we are hungry than to starve to death.

Most people have demonized hedonism, that happiness is the only good, however, for some reason when people think of hedonism they think of selfishness. Happiness is not just a selfish thing, it is something also to be spread to others.

In my opinion,

Good is spreading happiness (to self and others), and Bad is taking happiness away (from self and others)...


edit on 22-4-2012 by arpgme because: Added ideas of morality



posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 09:06 PM
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For the higher intellect, it should be obvious Love is natural law. For the bird's nest... Try telling mother nature to stop pushing siblings to the ground, so a couple three get fatter. On that note, I've come to the conclusion consumption is generally holding us back.



posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 09:14 PM
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There's nothing you can know that isn't known.
Nothing you can see that isn't shown.
Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be.
It's easy.
All you need is love, all you need is love,
All you need is love, love, love is all you need.



posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 09:16 PM
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You a Beetles fan or NIN fan? Perhaps both? Starsuckers Incorporated!



posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 10:47 PM
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Both actually,



posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 01:42 AM
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I fully and whole-heartedly agree fellow free thinker



posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 01:45 AM
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Originally posted by Americanist
reply to post by FreeThinkerbychoice
 


For the higher intellect, it should be obvious Love is natural law. For the bird's nest... Try telling mother nature to stop pushing siblings to the ground, so a couple three get fatter. On that note, I've come to the conclusion consumption is generally holding us back.


Consumption of the wrong things, consumption of free love should be mandatory amongst people but you are totally right man.



posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 01:46 AM
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Originally posted by Americanist
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You a Beetles fan or NIN fan? Perhaps both? Starsuckers Incorporated!


Because the sky is blue it makes me cry




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