Love

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If you love someone, don’t you always and forever love them, unconditionally? Is that not the very definition of love? Or is love something that can also be instantaneous and momentary, like a flash of lightening, that can exist in one moment and cease to exist in another?

In that case, love would be a paradox, just like the quantum mechanics theory that electrons can exist at two places at once. This was illustrated in Schroedinger’s Cat experiment where Schroedinger hypothesized that a cat is both alive and dead because of the 50/50 potential of a poisonous toxin being released into the box where the cat is.

Relationships have a 50/50 chance of working out, so if you compare that to the cat experiment, then love both exists and does not exist between two lovers. Then when someone ‘stops’ loving you, you can blame it on quantum mechanics because you can argue that love is a paradox, so whether it does or doesn’t work out, who cares.

Anyways, just love yourself. Who cares about the rest. If you love yourself, nobody can ever take that away from you, and you’ll become the best version of yourself, because you’ll want to take the best care of yourself. You would do anything for someone you truly love. So why not truly love yourself?

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