gus connection law

from the river why:

56 min – *i just knew you had some way of looking at things.. some way of looking at life and the world which is exactly the way of looking at things that i’ve been trying.. to look at things..


find your people ness

attachment.. known by someone


maté basic needs law

gus already law

soul mate ness

via Maria – Erich Fromm on sane society self love

Productive love always implies a syndrome of attitudes; that of care, responsibility, respect and knowledge. If I love, I care — that is, I am actively concerned with the other person’s growth and happiness; I am not a spectator. I am responsible, that is, I respond to his needs, to those he can express and more so to those he cannot or does not express. I respect him, that is (according to the original meaning of re-spicere)

I look at him as he is, objectively and not distorted by my wishes and fears. I know him, I have penetrated through his surface to the core of his being and related myself to him from my core, from the center, as against the periphery, of my being.