So I ask: if I saw you standing on some railroad tracks before a fast moving train and you told me to stay away, this is what you want to do. Should I accept your desire, or should I save your life? If I saw you standing on the roof of a skyscraper, the wind howling around us and you about to jump; should I let you fly to your death or, should I save your life? If I saw you emotionally unstable because of depression or life in general, should I lay your head on my chest and tell you everything will be fine or, should I leave you alone in your agony? If I know what destructive journey you are about to embark on, should I hold your hand and not let you go or, should I give you some cookies and tell you to go?
What would any level of love do under these circumstances? Does my love give me the right to try to intervene in another life? Or should I say, “Whatever Will Be, Will Be"? Sometimes love has to be involved and other times not. In the previous questions I would think love should be involved. The answer on many levels of love, whether hard or soft can very upon circumstances. This may seem harsh to some but, if you think about it you will see: I believe sometimes love has the hard task of either, intervening or saying que sera sera. ~b