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“…and It’s specifically about how creative, intellectual types – artists, filmmakers, fellow writers like I, photographers, etc. – can best refine our behavior and discipline ourselves for success in our respective crafts. It’s a strategic guide to building the motivation and sustaining the willpower your goals necessitate and demand of you.”
Third, one who is “in love” is not genuinely interested in fostering the personal growth of the other person: our main purpose is *to terminate our own loneliness* and perhaps ensure that termination through marriage.
Again, being “in love” DOES NOT focus on our own development OR on the development of the other person. Instead, it gives us the (false) sense that we’ve “arrived” and need no further development at all.