A strong message from Sandra Bullock, Especially in the Gay community I advice you to read this...

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    Sep 29, 2014 8:50 PM GMT
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    Sep 29, 2014 8:56 PM GMT
    As if she wasn't approachable enough!
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    Sep 29, 2014 10:18 PM GMT
    Always been my favorite actress. Love her.
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    Sep 30, 2014 8:20 PM GMT
    I love her. Although, I'm not so sure I agree with "We are all deserving of love." We are all deserving of a modicum of respect due to the very fact that we are human beings. However, not everyone is lovable, capable of love, or deserving of love.
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    Oct 01, 2014 3:42 AM GMT
    UndercoverMan saidI love her. Although, I'm not so sure I agree with "We are all deserving of love." We are all deserving of a modicum of respect due to the very fact that we are human beings. However, not everyone is lovable, capable of love, or deserving of love.


    My first impression was, "I 100% agree with her", then I read your post there and thought, "That's a good point--I may only agree with her in part..."

    But now I'm wondering, what definition of "love" was she using, and were you using? I think that'd very much change the context of what she meant. Love, as in compassion? Friendliness? Considerate treatment of one another? How strong, or how weak of a loving bond is meant?

    I do approve very much of her saying that though--it's a terrific message, and bold in a way, to bring religion up (note, anyone who has seen my few posts in other topics, you'll understand it's part of my character at present to focus on religion).

    Anyway. Cool.
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    Oct 01, 2014 3:12 PM GMT
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    We are are certainly deserving of love but when you are beautiful and or rich and famous people actually will love you. If you are ugly, poor, old not so much.
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    Oct 01, 2014 7:04 PM GMT
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    UndercoverMan saidI love her. Although, I'm not so sure I agree with "We are all deserving of love." We are all deserving of a modicum of respect due to the very fact that we are human beings. However, not everyone is lovable, capable of love, or deserving of love.


    My first impression was, "I 100% agree with her", then I read your post there and thought, "That's a good point--I may only agree with her in part..."

    But now I'm wondering, what definition of "love" was she using, and were you using? I think that'd very much change the context of what she meant. Love, as in compassion? Friendliness? Considerate treatment of one another? How strong, or how weak of a loving bond is meant?

    I do approve very much of her saying that though--it's a terrific message, and bold in a way, to bring religion up (note, anyone who has seen my few posts in other topics, you'll understand it's part of my character at present to focus on religion).

    Anyway. Cool.


    Unfortunately, English only has the word love. We say we love ice cream, we love sports, we love traveling, we love this, we love that. In fact in my response I even said I love Sandra despite NEVER EVER meeting her and not really knowing her. LOL!

    Despite my loosey goosey use of the term, I really believe love is something that is not conferred so easily. I LIKE ice cream, I LIKE sports, I LIKE traveling, I Like Sandra.

    I LOVE those who are worthy of my love. I'm not sure I know what it is to love someone I do not know. I certainly respect all humans (some more than others) simply because they are human beings. But love? I don't think so.
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    Oct 01, 2014 7:59 PM GMT
    I find her incredibly beautiful and cute. She looks FANTASTIC at age 50 and swear it doesn't look like she has aged at all. I don't think she is into plastic surgery either.

    Anyway, I think the quote is pretty strong. Love is a very broad term to use and even if she replaced with the word "respect" I think it would have been an understatement. Her quote is very bold. Some people cannot be loved no matter what you do. I understand that but what her statement means is based on the word "deserving".
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    Oct 02, 2014 5:22 AM GMT
    Fiyero27 saidAlways been my favorite actress. Love her.
    She's never really done anything for me sexually or emotionally when I've watched her acting actually. I like beautiful brown dark skinned actresses (just my preference is all), but I have always respected her because she seems like a good person. And this message from her confirms why I like her as a person I guess. Good for you Bullock.
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    Oct 02, 2014 7:45 AM GMT
    She's the best, love her as an actress and also as a person! Very attractive as well icon_smile.gif
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    Oct 02, 2014 8:00 AM GMT
    Of course she has a million great movies but I think my favorite is Miss Congeniality. Cracked me up so much and was so full of heart. The roles she chooses are so beautiful.
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    Oct 02, 2014 4:05 PM GMT
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    Anyway, I think the quote is pretty strong. Love is a very broad term to use and even if she replaced with the word "respect" I think it would have been an understatement. Her quote is very bold. Some people cannot be loved no matter what you do. I understand that but what her statement means is based on the word "deserving".


    And that's why I have a problem with the quote. I don't believe that "we are all deserving of love." I believe we are all deserving of respect. Even if you don't respect yourself I will respect you because I expect to be treated with respect. For me, my love is something you must prove you are worthy of. Only god is truly capable of unconditional love.
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    Oct 02, 2014 7:27 PM GMT
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    Jerred said...

    Anyway, I think the quote is pretty strong. Love is a very broad term to use and even if she replaced with the word "respect" I think it would have been an understatement. Her quote is very bold. Some people cannot be loved no matter what you do. I understand that but what her statement means is based on the word "deserving".


    And that's why I have a problem with the quote. I don't believe that "we are all deserving of love." I believe we are all deserving of respect. Even if you don't respect yourself I will respect you because I expect to be treated with respect. For me, my love is something you must prove you are worthy of. Only god is truly capable of unconditional love.


    So not true, here in America (I don't know where you live) but the love is unreal where I live. I honestly don't deserve it. But it is there unconditionally. And the thing of it is, it spreads when you come to that conclusion.
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    Oct 02, 2014 9:17 PM GMT
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    Jerred said...

    Anyway, I think the quote is pretty strong. Love is a very broad term to use and even if she replaced with the word "respect" I think it would have been an understatement. Her quote is very bold. Some people cannot be loved no matter what you do. I understand that but what her statement means is based on the word "deserving".


    And that's why I have a problem with the quote. I don't believe that "we are all deserving of love." I believe we are all deserving of respect. Even if you don't respect yourself I will respect you because I expect to be treated with respect. For me, my love is something you must prove you are worthy of. Only god is truly capable of unconditional love.


    WRONG I was raised Catholic, but there are buddhists, priests, and pastors who love everyone...

    I think you're confusing the word love with attraction...

    In the book and movie, The Peaceful Warrior they state:

    "The people who are the hardest to love need it the most."

    The Lord knows I'm not perfect at it, but everyone has a story for the reason why they are who they are. If you believe we all have a sprit and can sense and see yourself in another that is love.

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    Oct 02, 2014 9:24 PM GMT
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    You are overanalyzing the wrong person. I am NOT attracted to her and nor do I judge her INNERSELF based upon her looks. I can tell you more about the word love than you will ever know. Looks are just the icing on the cake because they shine when you are about love. Anyway, I think you misunderstood me. No problem. Life is a learning experience. It is a journey in which you find all people have the capability of running their lives on one fuel only... LOVE.