To start, answer this simple question. If your parents were ordinary people, not members of a family, for example, a work colleague, or neighbor in the apartment, we would support you with them a friendly, warm relationship? If YES, then quit, because this article is not for you. If not, and back to ask me: – if you can’t love your parents, whether you WANT them to love? If you want to love, but can’t, then I ask you – why do you need to love them? Yes, for what?
Maybe for what you NEED them to love? But if so, who needs? If you are, then WHY NEED to love someone? Maybe because it made? But by WHOM TAKEN? WHO IS THIS “SOMEONE”? Can a society? If so, remember at least five people approving it. Personally I can’t think of one person. If you still find five people, it is definitely not the company, for a total of five people.
The fifth commandment of Moses: “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee”, says it is about the respect for parents that can be regarded by people as, “love your parents”, and to form public opinion. If so, then love and respect, not quite the same concept. For example, I can respect, but not love. But, if I love, and respect at the same time.
Internal conflict occurs when a person is between NEED Continue reading