That is right. The same direction means that I must find in myself and in the other person a state resulting from our mutual relations. It is something beyond both of us.
Answer: It means that we love each other precisely because we are aimed at the same goal.
Comment: What if we do not share the same goal?
Answer: Then it is not love.
Question: This is interesting. So, I cannot just love you and simply live this way?
Answer: No! There must be a third component; it is not superfluous.
There must be something outside of both people that connects them, unites them. It is the yearning to unite in this third part that results in the quality of love.
Question: What kind of a goal makes this love strong?
Answer: When they realize that they owe each other achieving this eternal goal.
Question: Can a goal be to build a house, grow a tree, or create a family?
Answer: No. Never! We are talking about an idea, an ideal.
Question: But what is it? What could it be? Can we talk specifically about this?
Answer: Only the attainment of the purpose of nature. Nature has created us, and we must understand the goal that it wants to bring us to.
Question: What goal does it want to bring us to?
Answer: To unity. So that together with us it can achieve the absolute meaning in this union! That is, it would become one common whole—us, all of humanity, and nature. Us, as a receptor element of nature, and nature itself as the filling element.
That is how it should be.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 12/10/20