Entanglement

Romantic love is not something you can be inside of. Just like you can’t be in hate, you can’t be in love. Love is only something you can bestow or receive.

The statement “to be in love” may actually refer to emotional entanglement or a state of infatuation. In reality, true love (in romance) is a verb and an action that can be performed and it can take on many forms.

So never say “I love you” with words because this is a lie. It’s like saying “I give to you” and then not doing anything. Those whom say it repeatedly are simply eager to hear it in return because they derive a sense of identity from the opinion of others.

Say instead “I’m going to show you love.” At least then you are making your commitment clear instead of embellishing it with meaningless ornamental language – perhaps only in the hopes of absolving yourself from any commitment or action.

Or better yet, say nothing at all and let your actions speak for themselves.

Women

The future and outcome of humanity rests largely on the quality of the women we produce.  For it is the type of woman our world raises that will largely determine the type of man that will emerge. And it is the type of woman you have that will determine the type of upbringing both girls and boys receive.  Women are, after all, most often the first nurturers and up-bringers of children.  It is alarming that the world today is engaged in worsening the quality of women by urging them to follow in the footsteps of the worst of men.  This will only lead to a terrible society and the end of civilization as we’ve known it.   I urge everyone to focus on producing a world with better quality girls and women. Only then will you have a world with better quality men. After all, men are conditioned to shape themselves according to whatever image a woman desires.  And if a woman is taught to shape herself to hate men and be independent of them, rest assured, you will only get hateful and resentful men in return and tribal instinct will once again rule the streets.