It is logical to never ask for love, respect and or an apology.
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Question number one to you the opposing side.Do you think I mean my apology upon expressing of my own thought process and conscience?
If you tell me " say you're sorry?", how easy is it to just say what you tell me to say like a parrot?
I did something wrong and wronged you. Give me time to think on what I did. I come to the conclusion to express solemn regret.
I don't respect you. If I did, why do you ask for respect?
You wanting someone to love you, is that the same asking for love?
It is logical to think that the love is genuine, without asking for it , isn't it?
Asking someone to tell you that they love you, isn't easier to put on an act of love?
But if I got to orchestrate everything on my own, the effort involved suggest an act of innate feelings, does it not?
If I'm being directed by everything you want me to do for you, how to care for you, am I an instrument, puppet , tool for your benefit or do I genuinely have a feeling driving me to do for you?
How do know what you're asking for is authentic?
Would it be more so genuine based on the person giving the apology deciding in their mind to apologize?
Is it true by the decision in their mind, they've thought out the reason for apologizing versus you just giving a direction like a puppeteer?
If a person doesn't know why they're apologizing themselves, just asking for a apology has no substance. Feel free to actually respond to all these statements.
"If you want to know if a girl loves you, you have to ask her."Not necessarily. Love is an action word. You can see love in action.
If you want to know if a person loves you and you're asking them the question "do you love me?", are you asking for love or are you asking to confirm if they actually do or not?
Are you saying fear and respect are one in the same or to get respect it takes fear?
What about those who get respect without fear, without conflation, is that actual respect because it didn't have to take fear?
Due to fear it's how we're able to confirm a false respect
"Is it true by the decision in their mind, they've thought out the reason for apologizing versus you just giving a direction like a puppeteer?