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Past – When I was around 3, I moved from a place and a family where I felt free, and loved (Pîrjol), to another where there were rules, and love (I thought) was conditioned by following them (Năvodari). I detailed this here: My soul. I realized the things written in that article last summer (summer of 2016).
In a nutshell, I felt, then, that I am not loved in either of the places and if I want to be loved by my family in Năvodari I need to follow rules. I thought love was conditioned by good behavior.
I was wrong, I was loved in both places, though the expression of it wasn’t clear to me at that time.
And I’ve built, based on this, a whole set of emotions, and, actually, a life.
Among the speakers: Richard Prenderville (CMO & Founder, Peloton Digital Marketing Group), Mike Bainbridge (Chief Digital Technologist, Rackspace), Nick Lansley (Innovation Insider, Nick Lansley’s Innovation Lab), Carlo Terreni (General Director, Netcomm Suisse), Jakub Minks (Regional Director, Central & Eastern Europe, Exponea), Sven Bally (Founder & Senior Consultant, XETA) sau Kunle Campbell (Advisor & Ecommerce Growth Consultant, 2X eCommerce).
When you go online on a forum, there are two opposite views:
- One person comes with an open heart, wants to help, offers resources, gives time, effort and interest to help. That person is positive and welcoming. But, most important, the person’s attitude is “If I can help, I’m willing to help, the world will be better with my input”.
- Generally, a reply or more comes after that with a sarcastic message, ruining the first impression. Most important, the person feels he/she’s entitled. “I deserve to receive quality posts on the forum, who is this newbie who made a mistake? This is my house, my party, these are my rules.”
Unfortunately, this kind of attitude doesn’t do good for either party, as most people prefer not to join the conversation anymore.
There is more than one kind of love for other entities:
- You can love God.
- You can love yourself.
- You can love close relatives, in a context you are born with.
- You can love your friends.
- You can love foreigners.
- You can love certain actions (like hobbies, or eating chocolate).
- You can love your significant other.
Out of all these types of love, I think the love for your significant other is one has some specifities.
Whenever a party speaks of another party, most often they refer to exterme behaviors.
“Some religious persons do this very offending thing”.
“Some atheists do this very offending thing”.
“A few writers do this, which means that most writers do that”.
It’s very hard to get yourself out of the thinking that extreme behavior does not equal average.
We have it in our system – we look for the error, thinking that the average must follow the same rule. News flash – it doesn’t.