There is nothing stronger in reality than “true love”!
Question from the Internet:
“What is more powerful than power and glory?”
Love. But it is not the “love” that we usually think and talk about. Only “true, natural love” can be stronger than power and glory.
The “love” we aspire for and pursue by default is “self-love” as this is how we are programmed. Even when we think we “love” others we do so only because this “love” gives us pleasure or some form of reward. Power and glory are part of this instinctive “self-love”, we love to be in control of others and when others adulate us especially when they fear us.
“True, natural love” is something completely different, but it is something that can disarm even power and glory.
“True love” is the general arrangement and law in Nature, where all comprising elements — except humans — selflessly and unconditionally integrate and serve each other in order to sustain the general balance and homeostasis life depends on. While each and every part of Nature has its own survival reflex and activity to cater for its basic needs and natural necessities, they never violate the general balance and even sacrifice themselves in order to keep the most optimal existence and development of the whole system.
This “love” in Nature is instinctive. Humans, on the other hand, would need to learn and implement this “true love” consciously and willingly out of the clear understanding that this ‘love” serves their own benefit.
If we lived in a society — even in a small, purposeful and uniquely organized group — where each member commits to selflessly and unconditionally serve the desires and needs of others exactly how they want and need it, then in the gradually formed collective atmosphere of “true, natural love” each would lose any need to think about oneself and serve oneself since all of their needs would be fulfilled automatically and immediately like in the mother’s womb.
Then none of them would have any remaining need to control others and to crave glory and respect since everybody would be focused only on the desire of the others and how to fulfil them. WE have no other choice but to build such societies until the whole of humanity becomes a single society organized that way since otherwise, we will not survive evolution in Nature’s fully integrated and interdependent system.
But learning and implementing “true love” in human society following the example of Nature would give us much more than simple physical survival. Through “true, natural love” implemented mutually we would rise to a qualitatively much higher level of collective human existence beyond anything we can imagine or dream about now.