- Vera Nova
- Las Vegas, NV
- United States
Director Research Analysis, NOVA Town Futuristic Development
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DO WE REALLY FALL IN LOVE WITH A REAL PERSON, OR WITH A "THING IN ITSELF" THAT WE WILL NEVER KNOW?
No one can reflect any thing or any living creature in mind as it is. All people are "things in themselves".
What is it we perceive and sense in our minds that so magnetically attracts our sensations and feelings?
Sometimes individuals sacrifice their life for someone who they idealize, fantasizing who this person is, but knowing so little about him/her, prefering to be blinded by their own fantasies.
Are we in love with our own fantasies?
One is loving something that is pleasing one's physical sense-perceptions: looks, sounds, taste, shapes even when those "things" or individuals are artificially "fixed"?
What is the difference between loving those feelings delivered through our physical bodies and brains ---- and loving non-physical dreams, ideas, or god, when our love becomes a bliss empowered within our deep subconsciousness?
Why a person we so like at fisrt often becomes an object of our bitter disappointment as soon as we know this person closer?
After all Do we really love our images and ideas?
Why is that often the words we exchange do not match our imaginative charachters we love in our minds, and eventually break our love relationship with a real person?
Are we all those "things-in-themselves"?