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Discussion in 'Love & Marriage' started by RD1, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. Sikhilove

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    Cool post :)

    Acceptance of amrit is supposed to be symbolic of acceptance of inner amrit. The inner amrit is accepted when u start to practice Truth.
     
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    ...Pathfinder Ji has done a splendid job already. To draft a codicil would only add confusion to what is otherwise, a beautiful read. Nonetheless, a perspective seemingly different in content but the same in substance can only help raise its profile and add aesthetic value to its magical choreography.

    As humans we tend to place greater value on things we possess that we might otherwise lose, than on similar things which we lack, but yet, stand to gain. We find it hard to "trade in" goods or beliefs we have for better or equivalent goods. In other words, we are averse to loss - don't want to let go off what we hold in possession, albeit, extremely rewarding if we did. This'd be our irrational nature, which is very difficult to explain, especially if you maintain that human intelligence evolved to solve complex problems.

    In psychology they've termed it the "endownment effect".

    Much obliged
     
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