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Monday, October 18, 2010

Everyone values something most in life.
I like to value my relationship with Amanda Jane Nelson.
I would like to value my relationship with Killian Rafe Pacheco.
I like to value my relationships with my friends, but a lot of the time they have other occupations.
It's just the way of life;
I would like to value my relationships with my family more, but my occupation with Amanda Jane is a little over powering, but I guess that's the way my life is. I enjoy the time I spend with her more than anything else.
Of course, I have other occupations, but I like to know that I can turn to Amanda most of the time and most of the time she could solve the deep problems that upset my soul.
Though, no relationship is perfect and I can't be ultimately satisfied with anyone or anything in itself purely, it's just the fact that I am indeed in love that makes her my utmost value.
Secondly, I value the Society of Love, something that has indeed been pushed to second place only to assure it's own values by allowing my love affections to exist. For where would we be without love? And my relationship with Amanda is a good example of what it means to be of the Society of Love.
I refuse to mesh into many workings of this society solely for that reason.
I've seen what this society does to people and their relationships.
And I've seen what relationships do to people.
It's only when conceit and narcissism and egotism take over that relationships fail.
And I guess that's why society fails as well.
Shame, shame to these aspects of human nature that occupy others to resentment and hate.
But maybe it's simply an addictive nature in me that creates my love for Amanda, but who says that's so bad after all? I'm sure there's much worse things to be addicted to.

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