It’s hilarious to me that those in the left claim to be the ones who aren’t racist but are actually the most racist people to exist. Literally the second you disagree with them they become extremely racist. Heck, even when you do agree with them they categorize you with racist stereotypes and swoop in as “saviours”
I really wonder what love is. I know love is definitely not sex like people of this generation think. Right now I'm on a personal journey of discovering what love may look like.
I watch interviews from the past to see what the couple's of then thought of love. I have many romantic poetry books which I occasionally read into. I meditate on religious texts and what they deem a fruitful union.
Especially as a woman who believes in traditional life and gender roles in this time, I feel like I need to have a standard of my own cultivated from what I want, what my partner wants and our values and thoughts of love.
It would be tragic to waste my time and life in a loveless relationship in the future, to avoid that it all comes back to the first question. "What is love?". I know what it feels like and looks like but I want to know everything about how to cultivate it.
Maybe I am wrong in looking for its meaning. "To define is to limit" is a quote by Oscar Wilde which I think maybe true in this case.
Even if so, I will still continue my pursuit of what's lovely and true 💚
Find a traditional Catholic guy around my age (I’m 18, hmu 💖) and eventually have a healthy marriage where we mutually respect and support each other and I act as a traditional homemaker and housewife who homeschools our children in our countryside home in the Midwest (or Florida, whichever works) while my husband works to provide for our family.