Tina Kandelaki again showed a romantic picture with her husband. There are not so many such frames on her social networks. And under a tender family photo, the journalist talked about how she sees love and what is its role in people's lives. The theme of love is one of the eternal themes on which an incredible amount has been said and will be said as much more. Tina Kandelaki also decided to talk about her with fans. Not so long ago, the TV presenter confessed to strong feelings for her husband, which she was able to convince even skeptics of her romanticism. Now the celebrity has revealed an even more interesting side of human relations, distinguishing between love and pleasure as clearly and clearly as few people had done before. According to Tina, humanity has been painting a picture of broken hearts for two thousand years. And in the future, there are no dystopian broken hearts by definition. Instead of love, it offers only pleasure and the phrase "he (a) left me, and my heart broke" will sound much less often. But is this dystopian plan so good, Kandelaki asks, because there are two huge differences between pleasure and love. Carnal pleasure is an absolutely physiological process. It is born where the erogenous zones of one person come into contact with the erogenous zones of another person. Impulses are born that, entering the cerebral cortex, create the greatest pleasure in the world. But pleasure is not love, writes Tina. He, according to the TV presenter, can be experienced with an unloved person. But love can also arise for a person with whom there was (and may not be) intimacy. “Love distinguishes a person from an unimaginative animal. This is freedom and the ability to fantasize, drowning in another person without restrictions. Endow him with qualities that he may not have. Imagine something that may never be. Live in his head and let him live in yours. Didn't you have that?”- asks Kandelaki. A socialite and businesswoman is trying to understand why and why they are trying to digitize and transfer love to the virtual world by selling augmented reality glasses to people. Perhaps, Tina wonders, this is because only the sharpest in sensations, the purest and most stunning in emotions can become the best entertainment attraction in the world. “Love (as well as hate) are the strongest feelings. Implied passion and emotion. Passion and emotions destroy, but this destruction is a necessary part of creation, the human path, self-awareness. Part of the meaning of existence,”the journalist writes. Kandelaki is also sure that one day people may find themselves in a world where these emotions will not exist: there will be no right to hate, there will be no love either. People will simply wear VR goggles that will engage them in any fantasy. Tina admits that she sincerely dreams of the inviolability of love, as the only one in people's lives, over which no one will ever have power. Love is born exclusively in people and dies exclusively in them, the celebrity ends his thought under the stormy delight of Internet users.
It's Not Just Fun! Tina Kandelaki Spoke About Love And Its Value For People
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