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T3love Proposal 103

Stimulus of Love: Thumoslang!

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

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  1. Segment 1 The Standard Introduction
  2. Segment 2 The Episode Opening Hook
  3. Segment 3 Why Relationship Management?
  4. Segment 4 What is a Service?
  5. Segment 5 What is a Relation?
  6. Segment 6 What is a relationship?
  7. Segment 7 The Language of Thumos Love
  8. Estimated Word Count
  9. Release Notes

 

1 Segment 1 The Standard Introduction

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  1. [*** Look at the camera for several seconds in silence before you begin. ***]
  2. Hello,
  3. My name is ___(your full name)___.
  4. Today I’m going to talk about something called T3love.
  5. T3love is an abbreviation for Thumos Love, which names the first falsifiable definition of love.
  6. The first falsifiable definition of love, or simply, Thumos Love, is spelled out in Chapter Six of the 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration.
  7. For the first time ever, love is defined with falsifiability so well that all people can be on the same page as to what the result of loving someone should be.

 

2 Segment 2 The Episode Opening Hook

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  1. Thumos Love is the strongest way to love.
  2. This is already explained by the page Thumos Love on Facebook.
  3. What we do in this show is to help you understand in depth how to discharge the power of Thumos Love.
  4. To discharge the power of Thumos Love correctly, you have to speak the language of Thumos Love.
  5. The language of Thumos Love is Thumoslang.
  6. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social clarity.
  7. Here is a foretaste.
  8. If you want others to love you, the first step is to show them how to respect you.
  9. If you want others to respect you, show them how to avoid interfering with your life.
  10. If you want others to avoid interfering with your life, make them understand your ideals.
  11. Do you remember the Fifth Law in Thumoslang Law of Love?
  12. “Your ideals are the same as your ideal self, which means, what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
  13. That’s the Fifth Law in Thumoslang Law of Love.
  14. Let me restate it.
  15. “Your ideals are the same as your ideal self, which means, what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
  16. If you cannot make others understand your ideals, you don’t show them how to avoid interfering with your life.
  17. If you don’t show them how to avoid interfering with your life, you cannot show them how to respect you.
  18. If they do not know how to respect you, they do not know how to love you.
  19. This leads us to the Fourth Law in Thumoslang Law of Love.
  20. “If you cannot express your ideals, others cannot love you.”
  21. That’s the Fourth Law in Thumoslang Law of Love.
  22. Let me restate it.
  23. “If you cannot express your ideals, others cannot love you.”
  24. The best way to express your ideals is the use Thumoslang, the language of Thumos Love.
  25. Thumos Love is the strongest way to love.
  26. The language of Thumos Love is Thumoslang.
  27. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social clarity.
  28. Thumoslang is the best language for use in expressing your ideals.
  29. Thumos Love is the strongest way to love.
  30. Its language, Thumoslang is the strongest language for love because it is the best language for use in expressing your ideals.
  31. Remember, “if you cannot express your ideals, others cannot love you.”
  32. “Your ideals are the same as your ideal self, which means, what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

 

3 Segment 3 Why Relationship Management?

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  1. You have 24 hours each day but with sleep, work, and play, you have very few hours left for relations.
  2. As you waste more effort on less-important relations, you have less effort available for consequential relations.
  3. That’s why you need to master the art of relationship management.
  4. It does not matter how great you are at management, relationship management does not work if you cannot effectively count the number of relationships you actually have.
  5. Try it, write down an estimated number of relationships you think you now have.
  6. Did you include non-romantic relationships such as those with your classmates or coworkers?
  7. Did you consider relationships with other members in various groups to which you belong?
  8. Did you exclude the people who are on your contact list but they did not interact with you in the last one week or month?
  9. How many relationships did you have last month?
  10. Do you now have more or less?
  11. If you could not quantify the difference in relationship count between any two given months, you could not fully do relationship management.
  12. If you could do it, you might not be mastering relationships.
  13. In that case, relationships might be mastering you and you might thus be enslaved by relationships.
  14. In that case, you might not be in control of relationships but relationships might be in control of your life.

 

4 Segment 4 What is a Service?

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  1. To master relationships, you must understand the differences between a relation and a relationship.
  2. It’s hard to tell because both involve the same feeling of being included.
  3. Inclusion; that means, considered as a participant.
  4. Involvement; that means, causing inclusion.
  5. When you meet a random person in the public, you have an interaction.
  6. When that person, say Kevin, helps you figure out where to go, you have a service.
  7. When Kevin lets you know of his phone number, you have a contact.
  8. Interaction; that means, the action between.
  9. Service; that means, deliberate assistance.
  10. When you go to the bakery where Kevin works and buy bread from him, you receive another service from him.
  11. Because you like the bread, you go there, again and again, then every day.
  12. Each time, you talk to Kevin for a minute then pay for the bread and leave the store.
  13. You may see Kevin almost every day during the month but neither Kevin nor you would think of your ongoing interaction as that of a relationship.
  14. To be sure, a service is not a relationship.
  15. A step in between a service and a relationship is a relation.
  16. But what is it? What is a relation?

 

5 Segment 5 What is a Relation?

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  1. What is a relation?
  2. How is it different from a service?
  3. Let’s consider the following two Thumoslang thumbnail definitions.
  4. Purpose; that means, value to others.
  5. Relation; that means, purposeful involvement.
  6. A relation is an activity by two sides sharing the same purpose.
  7. Your meeting with Kevin every day at his bakery was never a relation because your purpose there was to buy bread from him and his purpose there was to sell bread to you.
  8. Without the same purpose, the interaction is likely to be a service, which is neither a relation nor a relationship.
  9. When you join a weekend chess club, you may play chess with three members of the club regularly.
  10. As you share the same activity and the same purpose, you have a relation with each of the three.
  11. At the same time, you also join a weekend tennis club.
  12. You also play tennis with four members of the club every week. As you share the same activity and the same purpose, you have a relation with each of the four.
  13. With the three chess-mates and the four tennis-mates, you now have seven ongoing relations.
  14. In such a situation, none of them would consider you as having a relationship with any of them.
  15. If any of them did, that person was looking at a phantom relationship, which is a relationship in the mind but not in reality.

 

6 Segment 6 What is a relationship?

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  1. What is a relationship?
  2. How is it different from a relation?
  3. If Mary is your chess-mate and she is also your tennis-mate, she is having two ongoing relations with you.
  4. Consider the following thumbnail definitions.
  5. Relationship; that means, ongoing relations.
  6. As soon as you have at least two ongoing relations with anyone, you have a relationship with that person.
  7. Let’s review the difference between a relation and a relationship by comparing the following two Thumoslang thumbnail definitions.
  8. Here is one.
  9. Relation; that means, purposeful involvement.
  10. Here is another.
  11. Relationship; that means, ongoing relations.
  12. Based on these definitions, how would you answer the following questions.
  13. How many relationships did you have last month?
  14. Do you now have more or less?
  15. With the above thumbnail definitions, you should be able to answer such questions.

 

7 Segment 7 The Language of Thumos Love

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  1. Thumoslang is the language of Thumos Love.
  2. As a nomenclature, it is a collection of many thumbnail definitions.
  3. Here are four examples.
  4. Inclusion; that means, considered as a participant.
  5. Involvement; that means, causing inclusion.
  6. Relation; that means, purposeful involvement.
  7. Relationship; that means, ongoing relations.
  8. Relationship calculus is now possible.
  9. With the above four Thumoslang thumbnail definitions, you can now determine whether one of your contacts is a true relationship or just a phantom relationship.
  10. That’s a demonstration of social clarity.
  11. Thumoslang is what gives you the power of social clarity.
  12. With Thumoslang, you are capable of reaching full understanding of many situations in your social life.
  13. With the power of social clarity, you can become a social hero in many of your cirles.
  14. Thumoslang gives you superpower in social life.

8 Estimated Word Count

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This section will be removed in the final draft as it contains only editorial information.

In total, this book has around 1954 words. That’s 7 pages, with 350 words per paperback page as a working average: source.

Of the 7 sections, the average word count per section is around 279 words.

To reviewers, this booklet has 128 words not considered as basic English. They are listed below when this text is generated in local mode.

9 Release Notes

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Revised at 1:00:36 PM on 3/31/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. It’s part of, or in support of, the Thumoslang Book Collection. Use the following link for the latest version of this document

To offer feedback or comment on anything presented herein or to obtain Thumoslang mentoring or other services, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group directly.

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