Excerpt – “To Define Protective Instincts” – 8/27/2020

“All love builds the unison that forms a collective of oneness, though only between individuals. It should be said that a person who wields ‘protective instincts’ for each breathing loved one, does so out of that oneness. Instinct relates to the choice of personal aid. Love, itself, voids reason, voids escape, of its responsible enactment. One is no coward in protection. To protect, is the same as destroying the threat to who one loves. As instinct relates to the selfishness of providing only for the self, then to protect a loved one would be the same. We protect out of instinct, due to that oneness of ourselves unified with who we love. For if we lose them, we lose ourselves.”

– “A Fine Line for Justice”