Girl who dances in a cage (cagekitten) wrote,
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Quote of the day (with participation)...

I haven't done quote of the day in ages. But I found a quote in the book I'm currently reading that I'd like to share for comments/input:

"When I want for you what you want for you, then I truly love you. When I want for you what I want for you, then I am loving me through you.

So, too, by the same measure, can you determine whether others love you, and whether you truly love others. For love chooses naught for itself, but only seeks to make possible the choices of the beloved other."




My questions for all of you are:

1. Do you agree or disagree with this quote, and why?

2. Can you share an experience in your life in which this applied to you or where you learned this is or is not true?
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