#ValentineDay #Valentines

Why does love matter that much

How to skip this one? Valentine’s day is now an ins­ti­tu­tion i. If you are in rela­tion or not, you will feel its impact any­way. But why is this so impor­tant? Let’s think about it. Even if Valentine’s day has its ful­ly armo­red com­mer­cial side with all its mas­sive retail consump­tion, it remains powe­red by some­thing grea­ter than it looks. Under the cover lies a pas­sio­nate source of ener­gy cal­led love. But what it love? Love can be defi­ned in many ways and depen­ding on the rela­tion we are tal­king about. In my own words, I would define it as the sum of emo­tio­nal states that occurs due to a dif­fe­ren­tial bet­ween the idea someone creates of having some­thing and the idea that this same per­son makes of the pos­si­bi­li­ty to rea­lize this situa­tion. Well, it sounds a bit mathe­ma­ti­cal but still, if you can think about it, I feel that it’s quite cor­rect. As love can take many forms, this defi­ni­tion would stick to the most pas­sio­nate form of it. I like this defi­ni­tion because it applies to many layers of our moti­va­tio­nal model ii. What do you think about it?


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i https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine%27s_Day

ii http://solomotivation.com

Last Upda­ted on Novem­ber 15, 2019 by Coach Dan­ny

Coach Danny

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