Comment: Yes, but from idea that how

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Yes, but from idea that how

Yes, but from idea that how oneself wants to be treated does not automatically grow the idea that others should be treated in a same way. Maybe in a much more deeper level I don't have any certain idea how others should be treated as the Other is a mystery to myself, as someone beyond my comprehension, beyond my limited perspective.

It could be that love is the greatest path of them all, but what exactly is love is not at all the easiest thing to say or know. For example, in Plato's Symposium has many different understandings of what love is, at least 5 different perspectives to love. (In my opinion Symposium is one of most important texts on love there exists.) Then Plato's Phaedrus which has yet again little bit different kind of understanding of love than any of the Symposium's concepts of love. Then Jesus' understanding of love is different than Plato's and St. Paul's understanding of love is not at all the same as Jesus'. So what actually is love?

"Air is the very substance of our freedom, the substance of superhuman joy....aerial joy is freedom."--Gaston Bachelard--