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Thumoslang Law of Love

With Falsifiable Nomenclature

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

The first falsifiable definition of love is called Thumos Love. The language of Thumos Love is called Thumoslang. This documents uses the nomenclature named Thumoslang to spell out the law of love and thereby explains how love works.

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  1. Introduction
  2. First Law – Never Required to Love
  3. Second Law – Never Required to Love Back
  4. Third Law – Loving Words Are Not Love
  5. Fourth Law – Love Impossible Without Personal Ideals
  6. Fifth Law – Your Ideals Are Most Important
  7. Sixth Law – Loving Means Nurturing Personal Ideals
  8. Seventh Law – Energy Required for Love
  9. Eigth Law – The Result of Love is Freedom
  10. Estimated Word Count
  11. Release Notes

 

1 Introduction

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The first falsifiable definition of love is called Thumos Love. The language of Thumos Love is called Thumoslang. This documents uses the nomenclature named Thumoslang to spell out the law of love and thereby explains how love works.

By the way, according to Wikipedia, “a law is a universal principle that describes the fundamental nature of something, the universal properties and the relationships between things, or a description that purports to explain these principles and relationships.”

 

2 First Law – Never Required to Love

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You are never required to love anyone.

The strength of love is not about how strong you want to feel about love but how strong you should act for love. The question is, how could you take the strongest possible action for your target of love–be it a member of your family, a friend of yours, or anyone else?

To be sure, you are never required to love anyone. Consider this as the First Law of Love in Thumoslang. A baby cannot love anyone. The baby cannot be in the wrong for not being able to love anyone.

You are never required to love anyone.

— The First Law of Love in Thumoslang

If you failed to accept this as the law, you might be by default taking for granted love from others, especially that from your family and friends. This may lead you to believe that you must not be lovable in order for you to be loved. This belief may cause you to behave in ways that make others not wanting to love you in the first place.

 

3 Second Law – Never Required to Love Back

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Your target of love is never required to love you back.

When you have the feeling of loving someone, you are not loving that person. To love is not to feel being loved but to make the other person having that feeling. Unfortunately, it’s a one-way street. Loving a person does not guarantee that the person will love you back at all. Consider this as the Second Law of Love in Thumoslang. Many parents understand this when they have to put up with their undesirable children, especially during the time when the law would not easily let them off the hook.

Your target of love is never required to love you back.

— The Second Law of Love in Thumoslang

If you failed to accept this as the law, you might misunderstand what love truly is. Worse, you might be wasting your engery loving the wrong target of love.

 

4 Third Law – Loving Words Are Not Love

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The declaration of love is itself not an action of loving because the result of the former does not always imply that of the latter.

Walk around your neighborhood. Ask a random person walking towards you on the street. Do you love humanity? Do you love human beings? The answer is almost always a big YES. That was true long before you met that person. However, you would never tell yourself that you felt being loved by that person, whom you never met or knew. You may claim that you love human beings. However, such a claim does not make everyone in your town feel being loved by you. Consider this as the Third Law of Love in Thumoslang.

The declaration of love is itself not an action of loving because the result of the former does not always imply that of the latter.

— The Third Law of Love in Thumoslang

According to the above law, the utterance itself of the following three words is not an action of love, “I love you.” You must not tell your loved ones that in order to make them feel loved.

If you failed to accept the above third law of love, you might be doing a lot of the talk but very little of the walk for love. In love as well as in politics, actions speak louder than words.

 

5 Fourth Law – Love Impossible Without Personal Ideals

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If you cannot express your ideals, others cannot love you.

If you want others to love you, the first step is to show them how to respect you. If you want others to respect you, show them how to avoid interfering with your life. Consider the following Thumoslang thumbnail definition.

  • Respect; that means, no interfering.

If you want others to avoid interfering with your life, make them understand your ideals. If you are not loved, it is highly likely that you failed to express your ideals such that others could easily understand how to respect them.

If you cannot express your ideals, others cannot love you.

— The Fourth Law of Love in Thumoslang

If you failed to accept this law, you may not realize that you are personally responsible for being loved, or not. In other words, if you want to be loved, you must take a minimum number of actions. They including the adoption, development, and expression of your ideals.

 

6 Fifth Law – Your Ideals Are Most Important

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Your ideals are the same as your ideal self, which is what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

To understand the above, consider the following Thumoslang thumbnail definitions.

  • Milestones; that means, chronological objectives.
  • Meaning; that means, description of importance.
  • Your-ideals; that means, your most-meaningful milestones.
  • Your-ideal-self; that means, what you truly want to become.

Your ideals are the same as your ideal self, which is what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

— The Fifth Law of Love in Thumoslang

If you failed to accept the above law of love, you may not value the most important thing in the life of your target of love. If that is the case, you may not know how to love that person effectively. In that case, you might be wasting your energy on phantom love, which is the action you thought that it is, but in reality not, for love.

10 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 979 words. That’s 4 pages, with 350 words per paperback page as a working average: source.

Of the 6 sections, the average word count per section is around 163 words.

To reviewers, this booklet has 43 words not considered as basic English. They are listed below when this text is generated in local mode.

11 Release Notes

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Revised at 7:56:03 PM on 3/26/2021 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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