steven_mcgraw at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 15 23:12:54 EDT 1998
>>So we want to be judged?
>No, but whe are constantly taking Others judgements into consideration
and so we have to act differently, therefore showing and image that it's
not us, but pleasing to others (or so we think).
(snooty) I already knew THAT. But why would we WANT to be the object
of our lover, who, as the observer, must judge us? And what is
the fundamental difference between subject and object? I suspect the
problem may be that we, as subject, see things through our own filtre.
Any other must see us differently because he has a different filter, his
own subject, or self. But perhaps an integration of the two subjects in
love can engender a third subject and enable each to see the other
through his own eyes. My problem is that such an integration would
obliterate the first two subjects, and I don't wanna die.
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