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Fighting for?


Satu

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(From a recent thread; not applicable to everyone.)

 

 

Whenever I hear someone talking about "fighting" for someone, it always makes me wonder what they mean...

 

Who do you fight, and with which weapons?

 

Very often, it seems to be case that this "fighting for," just means an attempt to persuade someone who doesn't want to be with them, to want to be with them.

 

I see that is a big problem.

 

Our wants are mostly determined by internal processes, often below the level of conscious thought.

 

We have no easy access to the internal processes of others, and thats probably a good thing...

 

But those processes do involve perception.

 

The person you speak about sees you, hears you, but doesn't want to be with you.

 

Why is that, exactly?

 

What did you do?

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