"We all must have passion, without it we are not, we cannot. We all must act on our passion, for not doing so means we are no longer ourselves. It is better to act upon what makes us than to hold back and regret the passing by of possible happiness. Our passions, our love, hate, and our feelings make up what we are, instead of just our flesh bodies."
A Philosophy on Ethics and Love
"I wish only for your happiness, knowing I can never be yours to share it."
~Oruha (Clover by CLAMP)
What is love? How does one love? What exactly do we love? What is the expected way we are "supposed" to "think" if we are in love? What is the way of ethics? Is there a contradiction between someone truly in love and with being able to have a perfect set of ethics?
When we love someone, do we love the person? Or perhaps we love their personality, their past actions. Maybe we love their physical appearance onl