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A Jumbled Perspective On Love
We help them by giving them our tools, our keys, our strategies for love that we think could easily work for them. These people with a jumbled perspective on love simply can't connect the dots. For those with a jumbled perspective on love, this doesn't help. Like putting together a large jigsaw puzzle, for those with a jumbled perspective on love, figuring it out takes time and effort on their part. They have to slowly put it together.
They have to work on it. They see people going on dates, eating dinner, walking hand in hand, being all lovey dovey, and are unable to see how one relates to another. What's worse is that we know these people are out there. They can't see one thing leading to another, leading to another, leading to an idealized goal.
They have to do it for themselves in order for the jumbled mess to become something clear, healthy, and, ultimately, beautiful. We see them struggling in the arena of love. They have to find strategies that work for them. The way that love is different from person to person. It changes based on the relationship we are in, the length of time spent in that relationship, the person you are with, other people you have been with, other people's relationships, instability in the world, and so on, and so on, and so on. There is also a growing group of people to whom love is a jumbled mess. Some people lack a healthy perspective on love. To some, love is a long sought after thing.
No one else can do it for them. Then we try to help them. Most people with a jumbled perspective on love have tried figuring out the concept of love using many of the strategies that other have utilized. We feel sorry for them because they are struggling while we are flourishing. These people see love, either happening to themselves or to the people they observe, and can't make sense of it. The fact that they still have the jumbled perspective is proof that those strategies haven't worked for them.
What lies above is a twenty-three sentence piece. The first sentence of this piece can be called #1. The last sentence of the piece can be called #23. The sentences, rather than being arranged in the way that they normally are in pieces of work, are arranged randomly. This is the way the individual sentences in this piece are arranged:
14, 9, 15, 18, 21
19, 7, 10, 8
23, 11, 20, 1, 2, 5, 3, 4,
22, 13, 16, 12, 6, 17