By definition, “Time heals all wounds.”
Suppose for all purposes, 11 years is considered to be ‘Time’.
It is true that 11 years have passed, however I am not healed.
Thus, this thing I feel is not really a wound.
By Theorem 1.1, this lover does not represent some larger, unresolved issue.
It is true, however, that I still have been unable to let him go.
Therefore, he must be notable for a different reason.
By supposition, that different reason is that he and I had an unrivaled connection. I.e. While there is no such thing as soulmates, our cognitive compatibility was substantially higher than that of my previously observed matches.
Hence, I feel an intensity through recollecting him such that most other things pale in comparison.
Therefore, I remember him in order to feel something when I don’t.
By definition, “All things happen for a reason.”
Since it is true that loving him and being unable to let go has happened, there must be a reason that caused it.
This reason must be the truth. Suppose not; i.e., suppose this reason was not the truth. Then it would not have possessed the power necessary to cause such a consequential thing to happen.
Such a consequential thing did happen. Thus, there is an attributable reason that is the truth.
By my own definition, I am a finder of truth.
By Theorem 2.1, there is a truth to be found. If there is a truth I have not yet found, then I must find it in order to exist since finding truth defines me.
Thus, I have no path forward but to find the truth.
CAVEAT: Due to the following factors, the validity of the proofs outlined above is questionable:
- Invalid underlying assumptions
- Faulty reasoning
- Insufficient information
As a result, extrapolation based on the conclusions laid out in the preceding section is not advised.