November 24th Sick Day Notes Lecture

November 24th Sick Day Notes Lecture - Four classes after...

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Four classes after today 1 chapter per class Scott Peck (these are NOT true) 3 claims about falling in love + love 1. specifically see linked erotic experience 2. falling in love is always temporary—honeymoon always ends 3. falling in love is not a feeling—the will to extend oneself to another - love involves all of our being-can feel whatever -you feel not specific for everyone -can be will -Peck is right that falling in love does end, at least the first phase ends. -Parents don’t always love children (vice versa) -People fall out of love all the time, especially the falling in love phase -Fall out of love because people fail to love us perfectly-hurt us, we self centered fight, hurt one another. love can last.* -Love is inherently passionate—whoever it is with, there is passion. -Passion with anything you love -passion is only about falling in love—WRONG -passion is with anything and anyone anytime -fall out of love, but can fall back in love Love is always a “religious experience” –feeling of joy, oneness, seeing world in a different way Human nature to mess up anything they (are/we) involved in Love is Blind: -When you fall in love, you can’t “see” who the other person is. -Actually the person who falls in love is the one who sees reality—beneath surface— & gossiping
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