Love said, Logic Said

Love said, “I give heart over matter. I relate between you, us and them. I savour life more than existence. I nurture chemistry over comparison. I am boundless.”

Logic said, “I rule to be ruled. I impose do’s and don’ts, status quo, social, behavioural, and context. I give more importance to content and consequences than the outcome.”

I interpreted their conversation, “Logic is argumentative, aggressing, upon the mind, upon the context, splits the world into right and wrong, you and me, us and them. Logic pays attention to what is being said. Logic leads to debate.

Love is generative, compassionate, embracing all creation. Love pays attention to how things are said. Love leads to communion. Practice love to be closer to God.”

It’s choice worth not making; wherever you can apply love do so, for everything else there’s logic.

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