1. Love of thinking, of the diversity of thoughts.
    David Hume, Immanuel Kant.
  2. Love of feeling, of all gradations of feeling.
    Emmanuel Levinas, Leszek Kolakowski.
  3. Love of willing, of all directions of the will.
    Arthur Schopenhauer, Aleister Crowley.
  4. Love for the I, also that of the Other.
    Christian Rosencreutz, Carl Gustav Jung.
  5. Love for the fellow human being, in his or her totality.
    Parzival, Feirifis.
  6. Love of animals, now and in future.
    Franciscus van Assisi, Martha Nussbaum.
  7. Love of plants and of what they give to mankind.
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Alexander von Humboldt.
  8. Love of minerals and their secrets.
    Albertus Magnus, Theophrastus Paracelsus.
  9. Love of the earth and its planet Logos, Christ Jesus.
    Mani, Rudolf Steiner.
  10. Love of the macrocosm, the planets.
    Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler.
  11. Love of the spiritual worlds and the hierarchies.
    Appolonius van Tyana, Dionyssios de Areopagiet.
  12. Love of the gods of all peoples and all times.
    Socrates, Miriam van Magdala.

The lives of the different individualities are examples
of the aspects mentioned.

Liebt das Böse gut [Love the evil well] - Christian Morgenstern

Jan Pieter de Kok, 29-09-2008

The origin of suffering,
Jan Pieter de Kok
Aquarel, 2008