posted on Jun, 15 2013 @ 02:59 PM
I agree with most of you who think that the world is going mad, and we are losing love because of our societies which are polluting our minds with
crap, instead of enriching us by teaching us how to love each other. Yes I do agree…but when I read your posts, it’s like you have already quit.
You are so pessimistic…Yes we do have reasons to be worried about, and I imagine the worst when I see the world and how huge the disaster is because
we are forgetting real priorities, because we are losing time in front of TV, or on social networks, instead of spending time with our family…
But I also see a lot of reasons to be optimistic about, the first one is this topic, and all the answers, and the diversity of responses. Doesn't the
fact that we are all here thinking about this mean that we are not already done? Love is still around us, and haven't we been loved (most of us I
hope) since the beginning, by the ones who gave us life, who dedicated their lives to us ? We are here talking about this because we have noticed
that things are not making sense any more, we have noticed that our right to be loved and to love might be taken from us in the future. If it’s not
an individual madness, if we are a lot to think that way, and to assume that we can’t accept this, we are not lost, aren’t we? Understanding is
the first step, and after that we have to react at our level, each of us. So I think that loving is not going to be illegal in a hundred years and
this is because if we are aware of this process, we can’t just let it be.
A quick analogy : there are a lot of countries in this world where freedom does not exist, most of them are fighting every day, sometimes since more
than a hundred years, they are not quitting, so have we got the right to let it be, by saying: “anyway we don’t have the choice” ? For the
moment fortunately love is not illegal, so maybe we should fight now in order not to have to manifest in 30 years to claim back what has been taken