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Re: How could I love you in the strongest possible way?

Thumos Love Message

Hello,

This letter is a way for me to make the strongest possible promise of love to you.

I sent you the link fb.com/thumoslove as the strongest possible promise of love because I want to say I love you but in the strongest possible way. The link is the #StrongestLovePromise because it spells out exactly how I would carry out the action of loving you–in falsifiable steps according to the falsifiable definition of love as supplied by Thumos philosophy.

When something is falsifiable, you could test and see if it is objectively true or false. Using the falsifiable definition of love from Thumos philosophy, you can objectively measure the strength of my love for you. A shorter name for the falsifiable definition of love is Thumos Love.

By sending you the link, fb.com/thumoslove, I promise you that “I will not interfere, reject, or oppose the nurturing of your ideals, and I will care for the nurturing of those ideals” according to the steps as explained by the 2017 book THUMOS: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. Before this book was published, I did not know how to make such a strong promise of love to you. With this new knowledge, we now know how to love one another but in the strongest possible way–in falsifiable steps according to the falsifiable definition of love as supplied by Thumos philosophy.

You grant me the privilege of loving you by sharing with me your ideals. As soon as I know of your ideal self, I make all attempts to avoid interfering with what you truly want to become. Furthermore, more importantly, I try my best to meet all your needs in nurturing your ideals.

Would you allow me to live up to the above promise by letting me work with and for your ideals?

Sincerely yours,

From the sender of fb.com/thumoslove, which is the strongest possible promise of love!


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