I Love You (inter-included)

An example of inter-inclusion: Say "I love you." Feel the "love you" in the "I," the "I-you" in the "love," and the "I love" in the "you."

The effect of inter-inclusion: There is no "I" without loving you, no egocentricity, no feeling of an independent I who happens to love you.

And so there is no abstact, unidentified experience of the emotion of love without the real presence of "I-you" in the picture.

And so "I love" is an inseparable part of "you." It is that holy spark in you that reflects my love of you, arousing your love of me.

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1 comment

sandlers March 1, 2011 at 8:32 pm

Ha Rav Yitzchak, WONDER- FULL!
delightful wonders to contemplate! Todah Rabbah yb & s


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