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  1. Differ. Christian writer and philosopher C. S. Lewis believed that friendship is also a kind of love-attachment to another, but friendship is the love of two people directed towards a common goal, and love is a strong attachment directed at each other. Relatively speaking, for two friends, the common subject and goal of their friendship are not themselves, but what unites them together-interests, hobbies, similar social situations, similar socialization (they grew up together). For people who love each other, the goal is to bring joy to their loved one. That is, the goal of a love relationship is the people themselves (each of them), the very core of each individual. That is why love is such a fragile “thing”, it is so easy to lose, but it is also the strongest of earthly attachments. Psychologist E. Bern wrote that 1) psychotherapy, 2) life disasters, disasters, 3) true love can radically change the personality.

    At the same time, love is usually combined with either friendship or “kinship attachment”, if love does not feed on these sources, then after the period of “falling in love” it will pass and that's all. Hence there are lovelaces, “hormone addicts” who are constantly looking for” love”, take it for love, then when this stage passes they are looking for new strong sensations and so on. Sadly, they will never be able to find “true love.” Because they are not looking for it, but for a state of initial helpless dependence on their own feelings.

  2. What do they have in common?

    Friendship is kinship at the level of certain values. In the case of classical friendship, kinship is primarily at the level of values related to the very concept of friendship. When both expect the same thing from a friendship, without trying to take more than they are willing to give.

    Love is a hormonal disorder. A type of severe drug addiction-up to a violation of the serotonin cycle. Love is more of a disease than a relationship. �This is more “about forms” than about content. This is more about pheromones even than about forms. Here, the simulacrum of soul kinship is achieved even without a single word. After all, this is an illusion, from which a strong runny nose (sense of smell -) and a blindfold would protect you. Слова Words are not important at all, although the voice itself may be important.

    In general, there is no more in common here than between the elections and the Churovs. No more in common than between democracy and ” good Chekist fascism “(c) Solovyov

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