A Deep Dive into: Love [pt.2] – Three alternatives to maybe the most confused word in the English language) + The Philosophy of Plato on Love in ‘The Symposium’

This is a deep dive into the one word that may be more confused or have a greater subjective meaning than any other in the English language: Love. What does it really mean? ——- He is not constant, because he loves something that is not constant: as soon as the …

Can you only truly love others after you first truly love yourself? – The Philosophy of: Queen’s Somebody to Love (on Self-Love)

There’s a shit ton of songs about rescue fantasies – about how when we find someone to love us it’ll complete us, give our life meaning, or even save us. But no one can complete you, save you or give your life meaning except for you. Giving true love to others–free from attachment, jealousy …

‘I met someone else, you should do it yourself’ – How to get over someone & The Philosophy of: Spiritualized’s A Perfect Miracle (The beautifully tragic absurdity of true love songs)

This is part two of a Deep Dive into true love songs. Those songs that aren’t just made of the fairy floss euphoria one person can make us feel, but also the absurd sadness that the absence of them, or the absence of something within us, can make us feel. …

A Deep Dive into: The (beautifully tragic) absurdity of love songs – A love song isn’t a true love song if it doesn’t contain sadness and longing – The Philosophy of: Nick Cave (& why he thinks Kylie’s Better the Devil You Know is a devastatingly remarkable love song.)

…The love song is never truly happy. It must first embrace the potential for pain. Those songs that speak of love without having within their lines an ache or a sigh are not love songs at all but rather Hate songs disguised as love songs, and are not to be …

A Deep Dive into: Love [pt.10] – Even with rules, sex with a friend you love and admire will at least change the friendship and at worst, ruin it.

This is a deep dive into the one word that may be more confused or have a greater subjective meaning than any other in the English language: Love. What does it really mean? —— Elaine: Okay, so fine. Go. Jerry: What happened to the rules? Remember? Sleeping over was optional. Elaine: Yeah, …