I like science. I really do. It is amazing to me how we can understand the world around us by looking at it objectively, through experiments and data.
But there is something about the poetry of love that I can’t help but find appealing as well. The magic, the idealism — it all draws me in. I don’t think I am alone in this; many people feel drawn to both science and love. They are two very different things, but they both have a power to inspire us and make us believe that anything is possible.
I think that is what I love most about both science and love — their ability to make me feel hopeful. Science shows us that anything we want to know about the world is possible if we are willing to learn and experiment. Love shows us that no matter how bad things might seem, there is always the possibility for happiness and fulfillment. These are two ideals that I strive for in my own life, and I know that science and love have the power to help me achieve them.
Science and love are both important to me, but in different ways.
Science is my passion; it is what I am most interested in and what I spend the majority of my time thinking about. Love is more important to me as a feeling — something that I strive for and hope for in my own life.
These two things may be different, but they both play an important role in who I am.
Science allows us to understand the world around us, and it provides a foundation for so many of the things that we take for granted in life. But science is not just about understanding the physical world; it is also about understanding ourselves. It is about understanding our place in the universe and how we fit into the grand scheme of things. This is something that I find incredibly fascinating, and it is something that I continue to explore every day.
Love is important because it allows us to connect with other people on a deep level. It allows us to feel happiness and joy, and it is a powerful force that can help us overcome difficult times. Love is also important because it is the foundation of so many relationships. family, friends, and even our relationships with animals are all based on love.
I believe that both science and love are essential parts of life. They both allow us to explore the world around us and to connect with other people.
I few years ago, I came out as gay. And while it was a difficult decision, I know that it was the right one for me. I am now in a happy and healthy relationship with my girlfriend, Amelissa. We have a connection that goes beyond the physical; we understand each other in a way that few people do. But even so, our relationship would not be possible without the science of attraction and love.
So even though I may like the poetry and magic of love more than the science, I know that the science is what makes it possible. And that is something that I am grateful for.
What do you think? Do you prefer science or the poetry of love? Let me know in the comments below! Thanks for reading. 🙂
Kalyee Srithnam is a 24-year-old writer, columnist, sometime-model and erudite chocolate fiend, who loves unicorns and writing content that helps people feel seen. Her column appears each Monday and Thursday. Follow her on Twitter.