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Love is something that brings us on these type of questions....bcoz most of us are in confusion...but according to me--love is about caring anyone we want..if anything happens to those we love seems that happend to us...it may be happiness,joy,sad....etc...connection of feelings iz not only love..as an example -if a man may be a leader does something good for his peoples or country then it's not his feelings connected with people's but that's also love..love for humanity.....samething is with others...someone loves his/her family;frnds;lifepartner;sometime it starts with attraction(boyfriend,girlfriend),nation, thing .........so we should love everything that's good for good people Love iz great....it is that thing that always spread happiness...it's a passion to keep and be happy and satisfied with life......so as someone blessed by god for a good life... .....Love is great.....and people who follow love are more great..so try loving......start loving..and get love get life..bcoz love iz life
I love the article, especially for bringing the thinkers discussed into my own understanding. However, as I think about reality and the reality of what is called the “world”, it appears to me that the “world” is not the majority of people but rather only those who are arrogant enough to try to be “the world”. The majority of people are not causing violence against others. No, it is a small minority who are doing so.
Similarly, the majority of people are not trying to prohibit or undermine religion or its practice. No, it is a minority of those who in essence rule. Nevertheless, the majority of people are then impacted by those actions. I do realize that the writers are looking at the big picture and large swaths of intellectual movements, the essentials of which are often distorted in the course of their distillates working down to the ordinary folks through popular culture.
Nevertheless, I am not convinced that the majority of human beings are taking us down – while also true that as “sheep” they often just go along, joining in and feeling part of the acceptable.
A second thought, I as an individual cannot make any of this change for the entire world. I do not have the mind to create any major impact in any philosophical movement. At the same time, I am decidedly not a sitting duck, being a victim of the distortions surrounding me. I can indeed respond to these distortions by not joining in, by shooting off my two-cents worth as best I can in social media (if anyone ever listens to anything other than their own pre-conceived notions and set of beliefs), by getting my own life in order. My first responsibility is to live my own life in the best way I can.
Thirdly, God makes converts, not us. All we can do is tell the truth. We are not going to “talk people into belief.” It appears to me that often people can hear the truth that God has for them only at certain points and certain life contexts. In the end conversion to a relationship with God is an individual matter. And no one ever has control over that point in a person’s history. Some never get there until they are at their very last breath.