Fellowship About the Hymn "For Love" (Part Two)

Look at the second verse of the hymn “For Love.” “For love, God returned in the flesh in the last days and came to the nation of the great red dragon.” How great must God’s love be? Is it right to think that you have made God endure humiliation because of love, to incarnate and come to the nation of the great red dragon, where He faced utmost humiliation, in order to love and save people? Does God do all of this only because of love? You’re only thinking of the good—God does this because of His management plan. There is an essence in God’s disposition encapsulated by the statement, “He is as good as His word, and His word will be accomplished, and that which He accomplishes lasts forever.” This is the revelation of God’s authority; how could it be because of love? Tell Me, are these corrupt people worthy of having God suffer great humiliation in coming to the nation of the great red dragon? (No.) They are not worthy, they are worse than ants and maggots, they are undeserving. Do you mean for God to become flesh and continue to endure humiliation and Satan’s persecution, while continuing to offer His love to this corrupt mankind? Is this what you mean? This idea is ridiculous. In fact, this is God’s management plan. Whether God returns in the flesh and comes to the nation of the great red dragon or does any other kind of work, it is a step in His work; now that the step has reached this point, God must act this way. Just why does God do this work? He does it for His management plan, and in His management plan, the recipient of His salvation is corrupt mankind. From any point of view, corrupt mankind—no matter from which country or of what race—is just an object of work, a foil, in God’s management plan. Is a foil worthy of God bestowing His entire love? No, it is not. It is wrong to say that, it should not be characterized that way. Because God has a management plan and because of the fact that He will accomplish in His management work, you as a human being are qualified to bear this fact, which is a great blessing. And yet still, you shamelessly say, “God does all this because of His love for us.” This is a grievous error, it is misguided, and it is pure nonsense.

Look at the next line. “For love, God endures rejection and slander, and suffers great persecution and tribulations.” Is that correct? God endures rejection and slander, and suffers great persecution and tribulations. No matter what He endures, the thought, desire, and goal in His heart is to fulfill His management plan. God has a greater goal, but He does all this not as a dedication to mankind, not as an offering of love or giving of His all to this mankind that is corrupt, hostile to Him, and that regards Him as an enemy—it is not for this reason. Some people say, “Since God does not do all this work out of love for mankind, and since His endurance of rejection, slander, and tribulations is actually for the sake of His management plan, then God is not worthy of man’s love.” Is this correct? (No.) Where does it go wrong? Tell Me what you think. (God does all this work for the sake of His management plan, but actually in this process people reap much benefit, come to understand some truths, and achieve some changes.) Is that all? Tell Me, is the fact that God suffers rejection and slander, and endures great persecution and tribulations for the sake of His management plan a positive thing or a negative thing? (It is a positive thing.) God endures rejection and slander, and suffers great humiliation for the sake of His management plan; this is a positive thing. Do you know why it is a positive thing? What is the content of God’s management plan? (To defeat Satan and lead people out of Satan’s bondage.) How is Satan to be defeated? What is the specific content? What is the specific work project? It is saving mankind. That’s not vague, is it? Defeating Satan is one aspect; the specific content of God’s management plan, that is, the specific project of God’s work, is to save mankind. In human terms, is the matter of saving mankind a just cause or an unjust cause? (A just cause.) It is a just cause. Is it wrong for God to endure rejection and slander and all manner of pain and humiliation to save mankind? (No.) Isn’t this a positive thing? Is it selfish? (It’s not selfish.) Then how come you cannot explain it clearly? You cannot explain such clear and obvious matters; instead, you blindly interpret them and arbitrarily set rules—isn’t this the height of foolishness and ignorance? The work of God’s management plan is a grand project, and the details of this specific project entail saving mankind. Some people say, “God saves mankind in order to fulfill His own wishes, to complete His plan; God does all this for Himself and not for mankind. Isn’t this selfish?” Is it selfish? (No.) Why is it not selfish? The act God is undertaking is positive and meaningful. It is extremely valuable and meaningful for all mankind’s survival, destination, outcome, and state of existence in the next age. In light of these points, is it selfish for God to endure all of this and give all of this to complete His management plan? (No.) The purpose of God’s management plan is to save mankind, His intentions are good and beautiful, and true love; God cannot therefore be said to be selfish for satisfying His intentions. Just from this act that God has done, from this act that He planned, one can see the essence of God and see that His heart is beautiful and good. Even though this mankind has become depraved, even though they have followed Satan and are full of Satan’s corrupt disposition, full of rebellion and resistance to God, full of blasphemy and hostility, God is still able to save mankind patiently and without ever giving up. What does all this stem from? It stems from God’s management plan, from His wish. Is this selfish? Mankind is the greatest and the ultimate beneficiary of God’s entire management plan. You all are the sole bearers and inheritors of the promises, blessings, and good destinations that God has bestowed upon mankind. So, tell Me, is God selfish? (He is not.) God is not selfish. But does God do all this only for love? (No.) The significance, value, and the truths that people should understand here are too profound—how could it be just for a bit of love? Love is only a small part of emotional expression, a fragment revealed in emotions and sentiments, not the entirety. But in the work of God carrying out His management plan, and in the process of God’s salvation of mankind, what is really revealed is the entirety of God’s disposition. And His disposition is not just love, that is, it is not only lovingkindness and mercy; it also includes righteousness and majesty, wrath and curses, and a multitude of other aspects. Of course, speaking concretely, it is during His three-stage work that God’s disposition and essence are gradually revealed and made visible to people. But people are unable to recognize them, and they even say, “God has done all this because He loves us.” This notion of “love” that people hold—why does it sound so awkward, so nauseating? To define such meaningful work of God, work that has such a great impact on mankind’s destination and outcome, as merely a small feeling—love—isn’t this a defamation of God’s intentions, a defamation of God’s earnest and thoughtful efforts to save mankind?

The next line reads: “For love, God lives humbly and hiddenly with corrupt mankind.” Here, the hymnwriter says this too is done for love. God does this because it is necessary for His work; how could it be for love? Does it make sense that God would live with mankind out of love for them, and that He would be humble and hidden out of love for them? Just how alluring and lovely must mankind be, to make God so impatient and willing to live with them, and to even become flesh and be humble and hidden? Are these the facts? (They are not.) What are the facts? (God became flesh, humble and hidden, and came to earth to express the truth and save people because of His management plan.) In theory, it is because of God’s management plan. In people’s view, it seems that God’s humble and hidden life with corrupt mankind makes God very happy, that He lives quite comfortably, feeling joy each day, and is quite content watching man’s each and every move, and watching their behaviors and revelations. Is this how it is? (No.) How, in fact, is it? (God does this because His work demands it.) Because His work demands it; this is theory. In fact, does living with mankind bring God joy? Happiness? Pleasure? (No.) Then how should God feel? For example, you all believe in God and feel yourselves to be quite upright, but if you were to live with streetwise youths, ruffians, hoodlums, and underworld thugs, speaking the same words they do, eating the same food, and doing the same things every day, how would you feel? (Averse and disgusted.) What frame of mind would you be in, if you were to live with rapists and murderers? (Sickened.) So you do know what it is to feel sickened—tell Me, then, can God be happy living with corrupt mankind? Can He be joyful? (No.) There is neither happiness nor joy—so where would love come from? If there is no joy, happiness, or pleasure at all, is it not a contradiction for Him to love people as He loves Himself, to love them too much to part with them? Is there not an element of pretense in that? Just what exactly is the truth? What should God truly feel living among corrupt mankind, apart from having no happiness, no pleasure, and no joy? (Pain.) Pain, this is a very tangible feeling. Anything else? (Aversion.) Aversion, that is yet another feeling. Anything else? (A hatred of man’s corrupt disposition.) Hatred, disgust, and detestation. There is also the most genuine feeling, which is that living among corrupt mankind, especially when it comes to getting along, conversing, working together, and associating, feels like an incredible humiliation. In such a state of affairs, in such a persistent state, do you think a normal person can still have love? (No.) They cannot have love. In the absence of love, what would they do? (Withdraw.) Withdrawal is a wish, it is a mentality; to face the facts, however, what should be done? Shouldn’t efforts be made to change these people? (Yes.) For a mankind such as this, it is necessary to practice providing, educating, rebuking, exposing, pruning, sometimes disciplining, and so on; this is necessary and cannot be dispensed with. But can such actions achieve instant results? (They cannot.) Then what should be done? (They must be pruned, judged, and chastised over a long period of time.) Is the work of pruning people, judging and chastising them over a long period of time easy? What does God have to endure to do this? (Humiliation and pain.) God works with incredible patience. What does this patience bring? It brings pain. Therefore, when God lives with corrupt mankind, there is neither joy nor happiness in His heart. Without joy and happiness, can He have love for people in His heart? He cannot bring Himself to love them. Then how can He do His work? On what basis? He is just fulfilling His responsibility. This is the ministry of God incarnate; it is of this nature. Fulfilling one’s responsibility means to fully accomplish all that one has seen, knows, should say, and should do to the best of one’s abilities. This is called fulfilling one’s responsibility. Why is it possible to fulfill this responsibility? Because of God’s identity and essence, because God incarnate has this commission and responsibility, of course God has this burden for mankind. So, no matter what kind of people and corrupt human beings He lives with, this is the state of affairs. Do you know what this state of affairs is? It is the state in which God has neither happiness nor joy, and He must endure humiliation; at the same time, He must tirelessly and repeatedly endure all sorts of human corruption and rebelliousness. While enduring all of this, He must also tirelessly say what He ought and do what He ought; He must explain clearly the things people do not understand, and to those who knowingly commit offenses, He must mete out some discipline, some judgment and chastisement. All of this that God does is related to His management plan and to the steps of His work. Of course, it has even more to do with God’s specific work project of saving mankind. In short, it has to do with God’s own responsibilities. All of this that God does is fulfilling His responsibility; of course, what He reveals while fulfilling His responsibility is His essence and His disposition. What, then, is the essence of God incarnate, that is, the essence of this ordinary person? Especially in doing this end-time stage of His work, He does not manifest signs and wonders, nor does He display any miracles; all He can do is tell people the truths they should possess and understand. He exposes the corrupt dispositions that people themselves are unable to recognize, so that they may know and recognize it, and that they may know the essence and the actual facts of mankind’s corruption; this is so that people may have true repentance and be brought to the right path. When people are able to genuinely repent, when they are able to understand and practice the truth, they enter into the truth reality and gain hope of receiving salvation, and the work and responsibility of God incarnate is accomplished. Once people are on the right track, what remains is to receive God’s trials and refinements—the work of God incarnate concludes; His responsibilities are fulfilled and His work is completed. When the work of God incarnate is completed, bringing you to the right track, it means that His ministry is completed, and He no longer has any obligation toward you. What does it mean to have no obligation? It means He no longer has to be with these people and endure things like their corruption, notions, rebellion, resistance, rejection, and so on.

Whether from the perspective of God’s entire management plan or a specific work done by God incarnate, is either only done for love? Neither of them is. God’s Spirit observes mankind from heaven in a certain way, and God incarnate on earth nearly shares the same perspective. Why do I say “nearly”? The incarnate God on earth is able to look at mankind’s weakness from a relatively more considerate perspective because of His humanity, because of His coexistence with created mankind within the same space, and also because, like corrupt mankind, He shares the outward attribute of being human. Consequently, the incarnate God can live with people in a somewhat more harmonious manner compared to God in heaven. Looking at it this way, had God not become flesh, would you all be sitting here right now? You would not. All of this is due to the requirements of God’s work—it is the only reason He paid such a great price, and He came here to do it Himself. If God were to speak to people from heaven, in one sense, due to spatial separation, it would be inconvenient for them to hear His words. In another, given the extensive and voluminous utterances of God in the last days, if He were to speak from heaven in such a manner, it would be unsuitable, no matter from which perspective or angle you look at it. Therefore, the only and best choice, and the one that is the most beneficial to mankind, to God’s management plan, and to the work of saving mankind, is for God to become flesh; God becoming flesh is the only choice and the only way to do the work. It is only God incarnate who can perform this work, who is capable of performing this work, and who can achieve these results. If you look at these words spoken by God in the last days, in terms of quantity, so many have been uttered; how could so many be conveyed without the method of becoming flesh? If God were to speak from heaven in the form of thunder, how many people would be struck dead each time He judged and condemned evil people? There would not be many left alive. If God were to speak from within a whirlwind or from within flames, how many whirlwinds and fires would have to occur before He could finish speaking these words? All of mankind would be disturbed by this approach. And after these years of speaking, have God incarnate’s words affected the normal life of mankind? Not at all, and the whole world neither cares nor is affected in the least. This completely achieves the purpose of the work done by God incarnate; without God incarnate, this work would indeed be unfeasible. There is a secretiveness to the work of God incarnate itself. God does not want the whole world and all mankind to know of it; He does not want those Gentiles who are not chosen by God to know. He can only express these words in a state of hiddenness, so adopting the method of becoming flesh is the most meaningful; it is also the wisest method. Only by God becoming flesh can it remain secret. It is God’s wisdom and almightiness for His incarnation to live in the same space as mankind, providing mankind with the truth in human language, in a way and in a form that mankind can accept. This is something that only God is capable of; it is beyond mankind. All of this relates to God’s great management plan. It would be overly simplistic, contrary to the facts, and really unjustifiable if man were to one-sidedly describe such a great management plan of God’s as being done only for love. In short, regardless of the content of the work being done, this form of God becoming flesh this time has indeed caused a considerable stir and had a significant impact throughout the world and among all mankind, which shows just how tremendous an event this fact is. The fact and the form of God becoming flesh are in themselves a matter of controversy in the whole world and in the entire religious community; it is an event to which mankind is hostile, which mankind condemns and rejects, and which is most difficult for mankind to fathom and imagine. That God can work in this way shows His wisdom, His power, His almightiness, and His authority; it is not done at all for some minor love, or for some trivial matter or minor reason as small as a sesame seed. That is to say, a major event that can shake the entire religious world, the entire political world, all of mankind, and even the entire universe does not arise because of love, but because of God’s management plan and wish to save mankind. This is the greatest vision of the third stage of God’s work; it is the greatest vision that people should understand, know, and comprehend. If you merely define this vision as, “It is because of God’s love; God loves us. See, God already became flesh and was crucified out of love for us once, and this time He has become flesh and come to love us once more”—is this not a grave error? Defining such a great vision of God’s work as being done for love is far too superficial. If you don’t know God, then so be it; but hurry and cover your mouth, don’t speak nonsense, and do not randomly express opinions. I have told you before, for anything pertaining to God’s disposition, God’s essence, and the vision of God’s work, people should not judge rashly, arbitrarily draw conclusions, or carelessly delimit. If you do not understand, just admit you don’t understand. If you understand a little, then quickly say, “I only understand this much; I don’t dare to delimit arbitrarily and I don’t know if it’s correct.” You must add on these sorts of explanations and clarifications—do not speak without consideration. If you speak without consideration, then on a small scale, you can wrongly influence others, giving them misconceptions and misguiding them; on a large scale, you may offend God’s disposition. You characterize God’s management plan and such great work of God saving mankind as love, as being done for love—is this not talking nonsense? Should people who say this be slapped? (Yes.) Why should they be slapped? Because it is speaking without thinking, it is taking things out of context. Is this not caused by an arrogant disposition? Didn’t you just start believing in God a few days ago? Have you seen Him? Do you understand His disposition? You cannot explain the truth about the vision of God’s management plan clearly or thoroughly, and yet you dare to define God’s essence and disposition. Is this not audacious in the extreme? You dare to use the word “love” to define such a great matter; this is something that offends God’s disposition. Is it a great transgression to offend God’s disposition? It is indeed. Some people say: “I don’t know; I don’t understand either.” That’s right. It is precisely because you neither understand nor know, and because you are ignorant and foolish, that you should not speak without consideration. Can you, an ordinary person, arbitrarily judge or casually conclude on God’s affairs? All of mankind combined and bundled up together would be unable to explain God’s affairs clearly, yet you alone want to define God’s disposition, His work, and His essence with just a word or two. Isn’t this offensive to God’s disposition? (Yes.) Then there is a serious problem with this hymn. Not only is it full of muddled, empty, blasphemous words, but most crucially it can misguide people, mislead them, and trap them in their notions. Can this hymn be retained, given the serious consequences it leads to? Absolutely not; it must be scrapped.

Continuing on: “For love, God expresses the truth and brings the way of eternal life.” Isn’t it nauseating the way these words delimit things? (It is.) Reading on: “For love, God judges and exposes mankind’s satanic nature with His words.” Tell Me, when God expresses harsh words to expose man’s corrupt disposition, is it because God loves man, or is it because God loathes and hates man? (It is because God loathes and hates man.) God loathes man, so what disposition of His is this? (Righteousness, holiness.) That is correct; it is not because of love. Is it not misplaced and misunderstood for people to define things so? Is there any practical knowledge of the truth in this statement? This is a distorted and one-sided understanding, a misinterpretation, a fallacious understanding; the line is a mischaracterization. Then look at, “For love, God tries, refines, and prunes us to cleanse our corruption.” Is this not the same problem as with the previous line? (Yes.) The problem is the same. And further down, “Oh God! Everything revealed in Your work and Your words is love.” Isn’t this delimiting God yet again? What is it that God reveals? His holiness and loveliness, and His righteous disposition. God has wrath, majesty, as well as mercy and lovingkindness, so how can it be said that it’s all because of love? This delimitation is so nauseating and arbitrary! Is it not caused by arrogance? What the hymnwriter is explaining and summarizing has nothing to do with the disposition essence revealed by God’s words and utterances. It then says that everything is love, which is not only irrelevant but also distorted and wrong—it is a complete mischaracterization. Love is an emotion, and it can also serve as an action or a behavior, but it is not the primary essence of God; God does not love people indiscriminately. Could it be that God’s love is so overflowing that there is not enough room for it, to the point that He loves even Satan, corrupt mankind, and His enemies? Is that so? God’s love is not without principles; it is principled. He loves positive things and hates negative and evil things. Tell Me, does God love people who sincerely believe in Him? Does He love those who do their duty loyally? Does He love those who are submissive to Him? Does God love people who, through receiving His judgment and chastisement, have true repentance, have true submission to God, and truly love God in their hearts? If people understand the truth and hate their own corrupt dispositions, then their “hatred” is a positive thing. And does God love them? (Yes.) Those who are able to accept the truth are positive people, and those who are able to submit to God are even more positive. It is positive people whom God loves; He hates devils and Satan. Those whom He curses and punishes are all evil people, but those whom God loves are all honest people, people who pursue the truth. Therefore, God’s love is principled; it is not without principles. For some people, God is only merciful, which does not mean that He loves those people. These things must be clearly understood; one cannot blindly define God’s love. To speak carelessly of God’s love and to define it blindly is undoubtedly to judge and blaspheme against God.

Looking further down: Is it right to say, “Oh God! Your love is not just lovingkindness and mercy, but is even more so chastisement and judgment”? (It is right in theory, but it is not practical.) There is no issue in theory, but it is very much a stretch to connect this with God’s love. These words should not be considered incorrect, but they should not be considered correct, either; they are nonsense, which barely needs mentioning. Moving down: “Oh God! Your judgment and chastisement are the truest love and the greatest salvation.” What do you all think of that? (That line is incorrect; it establishes God’s judgment and chastisement as the greatest salvation, when in fact, God’s salvation does not consist of these alone.) Aren’t the crucifixion of God’s incarnation and His atonement for and bearing of all mankind’s sins not the truest love? Are they not the greatest salvation? (They are.) Then, compared to judgment and chastisement, which is the “greatest”? In fact, upon serious analysis, this statement is inaccurate, inappropriate, and too rigidly delimited; it should not be stated the way it is. It should not be said that everything God does is love, but it is correct to say that everything God does has a positive effect on people, and that it is all salvation and mercy for people, because it is all done for the sake of mankind. If you say of God’s judgment and chastisement that is the “most” and elevate it to the highest level, this is not right. Something that is “the most” should be the only one, without comparison; God’s judgment and chastisement cannot be said to be “the most” if compared with other work of God. Someone once wrote a hymn, and one of the lyrics was “I love God’s righteous disposition more than His lovingkindness and mercy.” Are these words correct or incorrect? (They are incorrect.) What is wrong with them? (They divide God’s righteousness, holiness, lovingkindness, and mercy into a hierarchy.) In fact, this statement is correct, and it is the genuine experience of people after they have experienced God’s judgment and chastisement. What is the background to this genuine experience? There is a story here, namely: When someone enjoys God’s lovingkindness and mercy, they can only gain grace; they can never recognize their own corrupt dispositions and can never cast them off. All they can do is to experience God’s chastisement and judgment and endure the pain of many trials and refinements—only then can they rid themselves of these corrupt dispositions. Therefore, on this premise and in this context, this is the understanding people come to; it is accurate, consistent with the facts, and is not theoretical logic. This hymn is constructive, but none of you can see it; you truly lack discernment. What does this lack of discernment confirm? What is the reason for this lack? The reason is not understanding the truth. The hymn “For Love” is full of nonsense: It is not practical, I do not like it, and I refuse to sing a word of it. How small must all of you be in stature, to sing it with such great enthusiasm and infectiousness! You are unable to grasp anything, and you do not even understand the truths people should enter into, yet you want to comment on God’s essence and on His management plan. Is this not lacking in reason? People without reason who dare to speak out of turn are not attending to their proper tasks; they are not pragmatic in the least.

Further down: “We will bear witness to Your holy and righteous love and You deserve our eternal praise.” It is of course necessary that God deserves eternal praise, but can it be considered praise of God if this is the way people know Him? Say that God does not love someone; He loathes and hates them to the utmost. If this person can nonetheless love and praise God, then that person has some stature and some true knowledge of God. In the line “We will bear witness to Your holy and righteous love and You deserve our eternal praise,” what adjectives are modifying “God’s love”? “Holy” and “righteous.” Look how great the hymnwriter believes God’s love to be, using God’s essence to define God’s love, saying that God’s love is a righteous and holy love—isn’t this self-evident? People are unwilling to enjoy a generic love, nor do they enjoy a merciful love or a love that is cherishing of people; they will only praise God when they enjoy His holy and righteous love, and this is why they say God deserves eternal praise. Is this right? Whether from fact or from logical reasoning, this statement is so wrong, it is simply nonsense; it is a mentally disordered mess of verbiage meant to mislead people. Do you think this is the secular world? In the world, all sorts of evil and filthy spirits, all sorts of characters and troublesome lowlifes, and those with a bit of skill, eloquence, or impudence all dare to get on their soapboxes and perform; but in the house of God, the truth holds authority. All those imps have to be pulled offstage; they must be cleansed away from the church. All their heresies and fallacies must be dissected, so that everyone can openly discern them and characterize them. Looking at it now, what is God’s love? If you say it is righteousness and holiness, is that correct? (No; God’s love is not only these things.) Then what is God’s love? (There is also judgment and chastisement, and majesty and wrath; all of these are God’s love.) God’s love is God’s love, and God’s essence is God’s essence. The love of God is in God’s heart and mind, in His feelings, His essence, and His deeds. Can you explain that clearly? Yet you speak of God’s love as righteousness and holiness, you dare to define it in that way—how brazen of you! Does God accept your use of such definitions to praise Him? (He does not.) Why not? (Because it is blasphemy against Him.) God is disgusted, and you are talking sheer and utter nonsense! Your blind praise is useless, and God is not pleased with it. God’s need for mankind’s praise is not that great. He has no desire for it; it’s not like He needs man’s praise in order to live comfortably or to have confidence. Does He have this need? (He does not.) The work God does is to save mankind, to give mankind a good destination, and He does some work for the survival of mankind in the next age; the purpose is not to obtain people’s praise. It is just that one of the results of God’s work is that mankind offers Him praise, but if people have misunderstandings about God and praise Him blindly, then God will not allow it, and He will not accept it. If people are so self-indulgent as to feel that mankind’s praise of God is of so much importance to Him, is that not a misinterpretation? Because mankind has this bit of praise for God and this bit of testimony, they think that God is greatly touched, but in fact, He is not touched at all. Is this not what God deserves? This is a very normal thing.

Looking further down: “For love, God brings people, events, and things into service, so that we may gain truth and life.” Is this line correct? (No.) What is wrong with it? Is it the words “for love”? Everything is because of the first two words, which are so misguiding and misleading that they muddle people’s minds, leaving them unable to distinguish between right and wrong. Going forward, do not misuse the words “for love.” The words after those two, “God brings people, events, and things into service, so that we may gain truth and life,” are true. Such content exists in God’s work, but it would be wrong to characterize this as God’s love. It is God’s power, God’s authority, and God’s wisdom; it is not because of love. To be precise, it is not only because of God’s love. God has this power to mobilize all people, events, and things to render service for the mankind He wants to save. He mobilizes all things and matters to serve the mankind He wants to save and to serve His management work, and the ultimate beneficiary of this is mankind—people gain the truth and life. If you only say it is because of love, then do God’s wisdom, authority, and power no longer exist? To say that it is only because of love is not right, so the orientation and positioning of such statements are also wrong. What does it mean, to say that they are all wrong? They are not in accordance with the truth; they are said in a distorted way; they are not the reality of the truth; and they are not the practical side of the truth that people experience.

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