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However, only after years of praticing one can master the art of being a surgeon. Theory of love 3. This is an art of medidation, where one sztucd focuses on breathing and imagines a white board with nothing on it.

As described by Fromm, love is a state of mind, where one comes to terms with all the beings, living creatures of this world, without exceptions. Prequisite for living an meanigful loving life is to mange our senses, to avoid overexcitibility, to control what we are experiencing through our senses.

Still before the sexual revolution of the s and s. In the end I ended up buying a book by Erich Fromm, “To have or to be?

Massmedia and the entertainment industry have been feeding us with predefined perception of love, human relationships. Thus, according to Fromm, in order to become master of a certain field, one needs to learn ericy theory, than apply the theory in pratice and third of all, throughtout the whole process of learning and practicing, be passionate towards the profession.


Selfawarness predetermines our human nature, defines our core, defines who we really are? My self awarenes as human being makes me aware that I am unique in myself, I live, experience and go milosdi my life all by myself.

The process of learning can never end, as long as we life.

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The ultimate goal of each human is to fill up the inner void with love. What am I really? But he who understands also loves, notices, sees … The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love. Fromm mentions in his book how our culture influences the way we define love. Of course, Fromm is against harsh, rough discipline, what he proposes, is simply a frommm sense, well balanced life discipline, with simple things like, regular sleep patterns, getting each night enough sleep, keeping regular and well balanced diet, keeping ones body healthy.

The book consists of following eich. In order for one to become a good surgeon, one needs to first study for many fro,m the theory of medicine, human anatomy etc. In the introduction Fromm compares the practice of love, to study of medicine.

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There is still one more prerequisite mentioned by Fromm. We become as human beings overexcited, our senses and brain enter a spiral of countless worries and thoughts. Consciously or subconsiously each human being realizes the fact that he or she is really alone in this world. It really got me interested in the person of Paracelsus.


We lose touch with ourselves and with our true human nature.

He really manages to regain clarity of what is all about. During the visit in the “Tender Barbarian” bookstore I have looked at many interesting books. I read it in the September of If we engage our senses with many activities at the same time, we become overexcited and cannot fully enjoy life and engage in meanigful, loving relationships.

We are dominated and enslaved by our culture.

O sztuce milosci

He was a German-Swiss alchemist, scientists, botanist of the renaissance. Unhealthy body, poses many distractions to a human being and decreases a chance of living a meanigful, loving life.

In order to love others, one has to first come to terms with oneself. This also applies to the partice of love. Human beings are concious creatures. Due to this fact this book gains even more fronm its significance in our day and age. Fromms defeinition of love goes back to the roots, to the core of the human nature.