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 …

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, …

A Deep Dive into: Love [pt.9] – If the strength of a friendship is based on how vulnerable you can be with each other, and if sex is the most vulnerable thing to do with someone (naked with no clothes on, nowhere to hide, or no weapons to protect you), why can’t friends have sex?

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? —— It seems simple. You like someone, you might be attracted to them, but then you decide we should …

A Deep Dive into: Love [pt.8] – Is true love about admiration (of a friend)? + The [super fucking cool] Philosophy of: ‘Being just good friends’

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? —— Isn’t it terrible, Eryximachus,” he says, “that the poets have composed hymns and poems to other gods, but …

Life can be sweet lived in dreams, fantasies and fiction but it’s much more fun and exciting and REAL lived in reality (albeit emotionally dangerous and potentially heartbreaking) – The philosophy of: Amélie

The beauty of philosophy is not in its esoteric metaphysical theories, its circumlocutory dialogues or its dusty old texts. It’s in its power to help you see how to live life, and truly live and experience its raw, uncensored and potentially mindblowing (or headfucking) moments. Those moments of magic, those moments of true connection, …