We often think that love is a natural emotion we’ll experience when we come into contact with a wonderful person. In fact, it’s an emotional skill we should and must practice in order to approach other humans with the required patience and generosity. Here is a guide to how to love.
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“One of the great intellectual puzzles that daily life forces all of us to consider on a slightly too regular basis is: ‘Why are other people so awful? How come they are so unreliable, aggressive, deceitful, mean, two-faced or cowardly?’ As we search for answers, we tend quite naturally to fall back on a standard, compact and tempting explanation: because they are terrible people. They are appalling, crooked, deformed or ‘bad’; that’s simply how some types are. The conclusion may be grim, but it also feels very true and fundamentally unbudgeable…”


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