Love (is It Overemphasized?)


Accordingly to my objective instinctual observations and scrutiny, it seems that the collective social coagulum (collective consciousness) give a lot of imperative attention to the metaphorical idea of love.  The figurative heart (emotions) is overemphasized, and it’s given too much credence as if it’s the only reason to live, and to even die and sacrifice for.  The figurative love is so overly emphasized that it is even regarded as the only reason for anyone’s existence and life: it’s so imperative, so crucial and lifesaving, that it’s even considered and way heeded above logic, reason, discretion and wisdom.  To most people in the-World(s), love is the ultimate reason for all existences, in and out of the earth.

 Many have proclaimed love to be an unexplainable so called ‘force;’ as if love indeed was somehow made of some energy substance: an invisible quasi-force mass that drives the entire universe.  It is even figuratively felt (believed) that such metaphorical idea is the reason that the species of man is alive: that love is responsible for our enduring existence.  Ultimately, for millions of people all over the-World(s), love is regarded to be of divine origin as well; the very ‘force’ that even stimulates the legendary biblical God to save all humanity.  Is it so that a metaphorical idea can really save lives; that an idea that’s only figurative can save the-World(s)?  Can the ambiguity of the figurative heart outweigh reason and judgment?

When it comes to the figurative heart (emotions), the very idea is not clear, and it is also very ambiguous.  What may be love to some, it is hate to others:  And what may be love to others, it is hate to some.  There really is no clear line to distinguish a demarcation as to what is love, and what really isn’t.  The idea of love has become so ambiguous that on many occasions, its usage is has even become aphotic and almost always destructive, and could even be fatal.  Some people even kill for the love of their deity/entity (i.e., extremists).


Nothing so ambiguous and aphotic could be so useful in contrast to Just and reason.  Since love is so open to too many subjective interpretations, its’ pillars are not solid enough to support wisdom and judgment if indeed there were any pillars at all.  However, the-World(s) is even engulfed with a global biblical idea that it itself has been spared from destruction because of the biblical God’s love itself; this is due to a very popular passage in the bible, in which it reads, “…For God love the world so much that He gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life…” (John 3:16. New American Standard Bible).

Even though my being is not religious at all, not even in the least, IT has, however, read the bible objectively, and IT noticed, word by word, that the love of the biblical God has also been overly emphasized in the-World’s collective consciousness.  This biblical passage even excuses many from their error and destructive behaviors who sincerely believes in it; that this kind of love even forgives all things because it is above all things.  Nevertheless, objectively, without any subjectivity in my observations, it is clear that in the biblical passage of 1 Corinthians 15:45, Jesus the Christ is referred to as the last Adam: in which verse it is biblically stating that Jesus and the first man Adam (that Adam was before he sinned) equally weighs evenly on a scale of justice, and therefore suitable to save mankind based on that judgment: and it reads, “…The first man, Adam, became a living person, but the last Adam, that—is, Christ—is a life-giving Spirit…,” New Living Translation.


Twice, in the New Testament, a distinctive and definitive contrast is made between Jesus and the first man, Adam: in Romans 5:12-21, the Apostle Paul argues, “…just as through the disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous…,” (Romans 5:19, New International Version): in other words, the legendary biblical Jesus (the last Adam) proved that the first Adam could’ve obeyed his God and made a difference to us all; in this way, Jesus ,the second Adam, evenly weighs with the first Adam upon a scale of justice.  So it’s not the love itself of the biblical God alone that saves man; as a matter of fact, it is not even enough to save anything at all:  However, it is enough to have allowed the biblical God to find a different way out for man’s salvation from death; in other words, it was God’s love that allowed IT itself to find some other way to Justly save man even though man was Justly deserving of total annihilation from the beginning.  Hence, if there were no other justly way to save man, the love of the biblical God alone would not have been enough to solely save our very own human species: hence, the biblical fact that its God found another Just way is the reason that mankind was saved from eternal termination.  So the weight of the first man Adam, before he sinned against his God, equally weighs with the weight of the second Adam, Jesus the Christ him-self, upon a scale of justice:  This is the Just of balance that has allowed man’s salvation to come into divine law according to the legendary biblical accounts: if it wasn’t for this divine law of balance, God’s love alone would not have allowed IT itself to overlook and break IT’s own divine law to save anyone:  Even the biblical God, the One that is known to be the Law Maker and the Law Giver, must also abide to IT’s own laws that IT itself makes.  Love alone, even divine love, is not enough to save anyone or anything if there is no possibility at all for a Just way out.

In a secular or godly subjective reality, love is overemphasized.  Emotions are given too much credence over it, and it is also given too much weight in gold over it when actually, there is no weight of anything to it at all.  When emotions are in comparison to the weight in Justice, wisdom, reason, discretion and logic, the figurative heart of love has no weight to it in contrast, not even to a weight in the cheapest metals of cobalt and tungsten.  It is not the figurative heart (emotions) that sets out laws, rules and regulations, as well as organized structures: such ideas are not even befitting to establish rational legislations and statutes.  The figurative heart and the metaphorical soul are simply ideas that can and will only mentally exist upon the basis of illustrative thinking, nothing more and nothing less.  Illustrative emotional ideas is no comparison to the concepts of logic, reason and discretion.  It so logically seems that the figurative heart (emotional ideas) has no place for conceptual legal ordinances and orders.  Emotions are not essential to stabilize a congruent social collective conscious: as a matter of fact, emotions are simply luxuries, and not a necessity to the survival of our human species.  There is no discretion and logic within the figurative heart; none whatsoever no matter how many will try to debate and justify it differently.  The only purpose that emotions serve is to provide many a non-conscionable license to become irrational and illogical: to become the opposite of rationality and logic:  It provides that license for someone to still somehow temporarily animate and seemingly behave without laws, structures and rules—it is a luxury of transient emancipation: the very license that will excuse most people to do something outside of confinements: the very thing that allows many people to function without logic and reason.


When these emotions are regarded in as the same with truth, just, logic, reason, wisdom and discretion, that’s when they (the emotional ideas) then become overemphasized.  Love is not the reason for our continual existences: and love is definitely not a sole ‘quasi-force’ of the universe.  Love, like any other emotional fancies, is simply a mental idea that makes any state-of-mind exerts behavior, understanding and metaphorical feelings.  We are simply here to exist, to live, to survive, and to give meaning to our lives: and the only way to do this is through logic, reason and through structured laws that will provide for a balanced collective social systematic life.  The figurative heart, however, is only to allow any person to be in a state of psychical temporal emancipation from designed laws and rules; a luxury at its best.  The only thing that can save us, secularly or divinely, is truth, Just and logic: in this Just and logical standardized of complex survival, the figurative heart has no weight at all in comparison to it.

There is nothing better than truth, Justice, reason and logic:  And love, or any other emotional ideas, is of no substitute for it.  There is no weight in gold in the figurative heart: it has no weight upon a scale of Justice; hence, it is useless when referring to matters of Just and Judgment.  Therefore, love will not deliver you in the end if justice is not on your side.  Equity will always outweigh secular love, and even divine love:  And love is then only to add luxury to that Equity if it’s not, however, used against its legalities and breaks it:  But then again, is there any equity at all in this world(s)?  That, however, is a whole different topic, and yet, remains to be seen.


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