RE: What Would LIfe Be WIthout Duality?
Relating your idea of duality to my marriage and the way I raised my kids. I think you're right that its possible when someone loves a person, he cannot see the other person's faults that are obvious in everyone's eye. What puzzles me is that I still love the person, but the only thing I remember now are those painful days, which makes me put a wall between us to protect myself. Same thing with the way I raised my sons. I love them too much. During their younger years, I think they never experienced the difficulties we experienced when we were young. The setback is, now that they are grown up, there are times that I feel disrespected as a father in many ways, which makes me distanced myself from them. It appears that in my desire to give them a good life when they were young, I ended up failing to prepare them to face the hard realities of life.