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1 Jan 2020


Love, in its most non self aggrandizing form, not limited to romantic, but also in its platonic and scattered interpersonal manifestations, seems to me the highest and purest of all things claimed to be human, and the spreading and development of which I could easily argue should chiefly govern every possible aspect of our lives; which then, no doubt, dispenses itself to various degrees of consequence: including, but not limited to, societal and cultural structures, as well as, of course, interpersonal and political structures. Any possible ramifications of putting first and foremost the active practice of love and all it entails wholeheartedly, without undue thoughts of self, are no doubt to be seen as an absolute and irrefutable improvement on anything thus far practiced or imagined.


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