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Love is Love

Audio Version (music by Sergii Pavkin)

Love is love. It adheres to no doctrine or dogma, yet it survives them all.

For us, it is largely a dichotomy, alternating between want and need, give and receive.

Because of our culturalization, ignorance, and possibly arrogance, we tend to misuse, misdirect, misinterpret, and simply miss out on the simplicity of non-compromise.

We desperately wish we could package and control it in words, information, sentiment, and obligation. We try to shape it according to tradition, religion, and paradigm, whether with a strong hand or a gentle guide.

Love is and has been all of these things, but it is also none of them. Love is transcendent and liberating, open and ready for any and all perspectives, so it bows and bends to none; ego, power, force, and causing harm are human constructs; humans act in the spaces occupied by the absence of love, but this is neither good nor evil.

Love is the universal yes, and it will always await our return to the dance floor.

Solvitur ambulando

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