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September 21, 2003

love is bullshit

Filed under: General — Xero @ 8:22 pm

So before my ideas about love were kind of mixed, I wrote about dependence on love, but more specifically it was about dependence on compassion. Compassion exists, love doesn’t.

Yeah, so people fall in love and get married, but what really happens? It’s more like two people are sexually attracted and wish to remain together for the survival of the race. Some species are faithful and some aren’t. Marriage and the so called love that goes along with it is nothing more then a way to keep a family together.

Too bad for america that the whole family structure is for the most part dying out and being replaced by more individual communication, such as the internet, telephones, hell even writing a letter. Family communication has much died out in this country. So while we’re still dependent on others as a society, the family structure is starting to become less important.

Good or bad I’m not here to debate that, my point is that love doesn’t exist. You have the average teenage girl’s definition of love, which is usually dependence, obsession, and sexual attraction. So they can want that person, never want to give them up, and consult them on anything they’re unsure about. It’s just a stupid trap that teenage girls are easy to fall into because they confuse what they want with reality.

Love is nothing more then an empty word with personal meanings that differ from person to person. The Websters dictionary defines it as a strong feeling of attachment induced by delights or admiration, devotion, affection, etc. Family love is more like family compassion. It’s not really love in the romantic-sexual way that most women wish they had, and that most guys couldn’t care about as long as some sex is involved.

As everything we do is in one way or another for our own survival you have to consider why people even use the word love. If not for our own survival then what? The answer is way too clear but most are so blinded by their strong emotions which they themselves created and call love that the chances of seeing the truth are way too far away.

So you have compassion for those in your family, you care about them and what not, it’s not obsessional or sexual attraction, at least not in a normal family. I’m talking about relationships here though, continuation of the race. Love is just a self-generated feeling to promote the continuation of the race.

As I’m sure evolution knew what it was doing when it created it. The race needs to survive and what better way to do it then to create an emotion that involves obsession dependence and sexual attraction all in one. That’s got to be like the holy grail for humanity right there. Now I’m sure some men think they’re in love as well and the situation is no different. Love is bullshit and only serves to keep two people together for the continuation of the race, nothing more, nothing less.

Evolution doesn’t care if you meet your perfect guy/girl and couldn’t give a rats ass about whether or not it works out in the end, as long as the next generation is created. Those who are selfish enough to believe a higher power exists to serve their every single desire or help them when they’re in a bad situation are just as bad.

A discussion I had led to this conversation about a person who fell down a hole and thought god saved them. If god really existed, why wouldn’t he have just prevented them from falling in the first place? Jokingly we thought, oh they probably didn’t pray so god was just testing their faith. Religion also only serves to continue the race, combining compassion with a rule set that expects faithfulness and obedience. It’s just as bad as love.

Religion is a complete joke. Love is a complete joke. Compassion is many times part of love, and as mentioned above, religion. Those who think love exists are only looking out for themselves, or in denial because they believe they are in it and don’t want a supposed good thing to end.

Don’t let human instinct get in the way of logic, it only creates more beliefs.

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