The first thing we really should ask our selves is who has the right to tell some one who they should love. What deity gave them the right to choose for some one else. What person or persons decided that this person was worthy of being a deity. I know for generations people have spoke about how their religion dictates to them who they should love. But doesn’t every one deserve the right to choose what religion they should have? What happened to free will? Have those two precious words been stripped from our memories? Free will to many is only valid when the free will is in line with their beliefs. So lets get back to who should you love or how should you love. We know about love when it comes to our parents, siblings, relatives and friends. This is usually agreed upon by all regardless of what religion or culture we come from. However; when it comes to an intimate partnerships that’s when the various judgments are activated. Many people put on their judges robe and decide what the sentence should be for not loving the right person. Some people belonging to a certain mindset will read this article and automatically say that the author is promoting homosexuality.
This is far from the truth. This article is about the fact that no human being has any authority to tell two consenting adults who they should love. It would be a modern day miracle if people in the judges robes, The ones who have been systematically brainwashed could finally open up their minds. If these personal judges could start putting their selves in the place of some one who for what ever reason falls in love with another person in the same gender. How would they feel if some one told them they could not love some one from the opposite sex. It would truly blow their minds. They would probably need serious psychiatric help after being told they could no longer love the one they longed for. Many people will continue to argue that because of their belief they can not and will not approve same sex relationships or marriages. The problem is not that people disagree with homosexual relationships or marriages. The real problem is when they try to take away some one’s free will because it is different from theirs. No one says you have to condone homosexual relationships. It is a matter of respect that is the real issue. If we could create a society in which we see every being as divine and allow them to view the world from their own perspective. When we can learn to accept them even if their perspective is different from are own. If mankind can ever get to this idea state then the question of who you should love would no longer be relevant. We will finally reach a state in which the only thing that matters is the fact that love is being experienced.