True Love and True Freedom go hand-in-hand
Question from the Internet:
“Can freedom and love co-exist in equilibrium?”
It depends on how we define “love” and “freedom”.
As unique, empirical natural scientists — who have been studying human nature in contrast to Nature’s mutually integrated system for millennia — explain, true love is totally selfless and unconditional service of another, fulfilling the needs and desires of another exactly how that other wants, according to the viewpoint of that other.
That means that a “lover”, who wants to love another in the truest form of love is not free according to how we usually define “freedom” — meaning individual freedom when we can do whatever we want.
True love enslaves the lover to the beloved. On the other hand, in order to become able to truly love another, we need to liberate ourselves from our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic and exploitative egos. Thus freedom from the ego and true love co-exists in equilibrium.
Moreover, when we liberated ourselves from the slavery to the ego and instead we pledge to enslave ourselves to loving others, we also liberate ourselves from the very limited, distorted and false reality we perceive through our subjective and egotistic filters. We can acquire a completely new sense of existence, totally liberated from the egocentric and subjective limitations of time, space and physical motion.
This is how true love and true freedom go hand in hand…