All relationships usually consist of a unwritten hierarchy, e.g., in marriage the man is the leader, in work the boss is, in school the teacher, to the teacher the principle is – now hierarchies aren’t bad, they are perceptions of power, but, and this is what we would all do well to bear in mind, love goes in two directions – forward and backward – in the hierarchy, the person on top who gives love in a forward direction receives a love which is multiplied manifold, for the backward love – reactive love, is far stronger than the forward one (as the one “on bottom” desires it, hence as love is reflections of hearts, therefore the heart that receives a love she or he desires, reflects back a far greater love in return.)

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