Love, at its start, is bound by no law; when ‘law’ is introduced, and those who love never seek within, recalling their FIRST love, love is lost. It becomes conditional, fearful of failure, demanding, controlling, NOT ‘love’ at all. Former ‘lovers’ soon hate life, itself.
Did not Neitchze write that the law is for the slaves? When the well-treated employees of one household’s plantation are overheard being taught how things will be in that household and on that plantation, and overheard by a jealous & greedy non-plantation-owner — it can only be guessed that the nosy spy may believe that he or she might, one day, become as wealthy & respected as the spied-upon household and its plantation have worked so diligently & lovingly cohesively to become, simply by recruiting and beating recruits into submission, and copying the ‘rules’ which have allowed the wealthy plantation to thrive — necessary ‘rules’ ONLY ‘written’ for that specific crew, and for that specific plot of land, and its particular climate. On different soil, with differently-motivated workers, and with practices which are simply copied, the ‘rules’ of the dirt under the copier’s feet are ignored and, therefore, these newly-introduced ‘foreign’ rules are alien to the indigenous flora & fauna. Thus, the results are not merely diminished when compared to the copied; they become poison. Ask an Israeli how to grow food? They are only recently, one hopes, finally learning this.
(more to come? not sure; I’ve things to do this evening… while you ponder life)