Let's see love according to Buddhism

In today's complex social relations, it is extremely sad to see that 'love' or the affection between opposite sexes has become a perverted sensualism.

Although the word 'love' refers to the mental states of desire, passion, there is a set of ideas that are felt along with the statement that someone loves someone. That is, we have a group of identifications with different meanings such as lust, courtship, desire, enjoyment, attachment, lust, etc.

Psychoanalytically, the feeling of love is a motivation based on the principle of pleasure and pain. The feeling of being in love can be recognized as a fast-acting arousal mentality. Love formed by love between opposite sexes is based on family life, sexual satisfaction.Biologically it is a biochemical process. Psychologically a basic need. According to social and anthropological sciences, although the family is the foundation of the household, moral boundaries, behavioural behaviour are sanctioned by ethics.

Buddhism indicates the desire for pleasure as a basic characteristic of the physical, mental and satisfaction of the animal. It is called 'Sukha Kmani Bhutani'. Accordingly, to love is to be active in search of pleasure. Those who desire pleasure and stick to it, 'Kamupadana', who create a world of lust, 'Kamabhavo', are tied to the stool called lust. It is a powerful inducement that prolongs the sasara cycle of bhawagami, which activates the very existence of the sasara world.

The social practice of 'love' is related to the analysis of 'Kamya' and 'Panchakarma' taught in Buddhism, while it does not deviate from the satisfaction of the five senses, while its single meaning is negative. In other words, according to the precept 'Kamesu Micchacara Veramani Sikkhapadam Samadiyami' in the Pancha Seela of Buddhism, Kama Mityacharya or the relationship between men and women should be taken primarily in the sense of Kamasvada Viramana' or abstinence. This introduction should be understood intuitively and meaningfully.The interpretations of 'Kama' taught in Buddhism must be clearly understood. The idea of ​​the surface should not be confused with existence in the practical world.

The beautiful things in the world are not lust. Buddhism is not such a prejudiced consciousness. Lustful qualities existing in the brilliant world are not lustful objects.

The female image is related to the male image, and the male image to the female image. They develop attachment, familiarity and bond with each other. Buddhism defines this attachment as 'lust'.

Cravings, desires are born due to one's senses. The lust of the individual mind is born out of the functioning of the lust and senses. He struggles to achieve the desired objects, opportunities and feelings. Struggle to own them and own them, and if there is a disappointment, they will be disturbed by severe emotional distress.The purpose of a loving encounter relationship is not always outside of enjoying inspiration.

Buddhism emphasises that a person experiences happiness through his senses and through his entire physical and mental systems. Such things, which the human community in the practical world recognize as pleasure, can only bring temporary pleasure. The myth that operates in this temporary pleasure in a world of lust is the root cause of many sufferings in a cyclical habit file. Buddhism's interpretation of lust and love is closer to reality than myth.

Sigalovada Sutra included the parent-child relationship, especially the husband-wife relationship, as a principled, contractual sermon based on respecting the duties to be followed practically in the individual's life.

Loving affection is a mood that arises in the human heart. Loving someone is not wrong. The maximum of love can be seen between parents and children. Such is the love of teachers and students. Love originates in human hearts. If one can love as well as receive love, it is an optimal personality trait. So it is not wrong to fall in love in youth.

If there is true love in the youth, then what is the effect of secretly joining the parents, teachers, and elders on a loving day? We have no objection, jealousy, or opposition to the love of young people. It is our endeavour to bring the message of Buddhism to the sweetest and wisest phase of your stormy season. It is the absolute duty of every adult to teach the right path to the youth, who are the backbone of a nation.

You must be wise to avoid the insidious deception of commercialism that sells the innocent romantic feelings of young people. You really need to protect yourself from being cheated by some online scams. It's up to you to make a decision and make it work without falling prey to the vendors selling your innocent sweet wishes. You must act against selling your feelings for a red rose, for childish words on a card, for rude views. Traders always look for profit.

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