Whether possible eternal love?

I can love two last forever? Yes, if we are talking about the love-action.

Whether possible eternal love?

From the point of view of morality can argue endlessly about whether the love of two people count on a lifetime more valuable than love ephemeral and changeable. We will never know whether La Rochefoucauld was right in asserting that the "loyalty, which is only at the cost of violence is possible to save on himself, no better than infidelity." * But no, I think I will not deny the incredible beauty of the feeling that manages to continue, faithful to this one word. Only in loving invented themselves time and space can unfold the true reality of love ...

Promise eternal love - not naive and do not lie. On the contrary, it is the truly human and responsible action. To understand why this is so, it is necessary to distinguish between the obligation and promise. The obligation related to certain conditions, while the promise unconditionally. When I committed myself to, I suppose, that external events can be a hindrance.

The reality, as always unpredictable, will serve as my alibi. So it is absolutely unreasonable to assume the commitment to always be in love with one person (and not fall in love with any one else): We have every reason to believe that life had its own way. But I promise, I maintain that nothing could ever hurt me to fulfill the promise. In other words, the promise unconditionally. The promise to create a space of social nonspatial world, and in this space there can be no force majeure. Promise - so from the outset to exclude lyuboeotstuplenie of the word. Promise - not just a formula, a special speech act: the utterance of such statements is the action, which it states **.

It allows me to think how irresponsible to commit to be eternally in love, just as honest to promise eternal love. Because it is important to distinguish between love and love as a state of the action. Status little love depends on our will, while love - it acts in which we are free and which can therefore promise.

It perfectly explained Nietzsche: "One can promise actions, not feelings; for the last involuntary. Who promises someone always love him or hate always or always remain faithful, he promises something that is not in his power; but, of course, he can promise the action "***. Couples who love each other for life, love and more love itself: there it (he loves it), there is (and she loves it), but there is a third - their love, they love both of them. Only this love of mutual love allows two men to go through time towards eternity, create a custom dimension that belongs only to the two of them: the eternal present.

* F. de La Rochefoucauld's "Maxims" (Eksmo 2012).

** J. Austen's "Word of the action." New in foreign linguistics, Vol. XVII (Progress, 1986).

*** F. Nietzsche, "Human, All Too Human" (Azbuka Azbuka-Atticus 2012).