I ask: Do you own your car? He said: The typical answer will be yes.
I ask: How do you own it? He said: I signed a piece of paper/ Somebody gave it to me.
Now people think about this for a second. All that is in reality is ink paper. Beyond that owership is an illusion. As disturbing as this sounds we own nothing. You don't own your children, husband, wife, car, house or anything else.
Wat's really happening is that you are using them. You can use your car. You can use your wife or husband. But in true reality you can never own anything.
So what is ownership? It's a system that keeps groups stabilized. Even without a group we use the sense of owership because we form attachments to objects. Again ownership isn't some magical force. It's a useful system of control that helps and/or corrupts groups and individuals.
Trust is an illusion as well. Unless you can mind read a lover you can never truly trust them. Based off calculated data you can predict probabilities. Even then there is always a chance things can go wrong.
So what does all this mean? Simple really, Trust and owership are illusions which give us false beliefs about human to human bonding.
So your girlfriend cheated on you? Well you already know now that trust is an illusion and that there is no true ownership. Cheating should be expected no matter how well you think a reationship is.
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Talk about being pessimistic. I think you're looking a little too deeply into the true meanings of those two concepts. I don't see how you can 'use' your husband/wife in terms of the true semantic basis of the word 'use'. They're people, not objects, so you can't literally own them in order to use them like you would use a hairbrush or a spoon. That's if you're not taking ADVANTAGE of them as a person.
There is no possible way to read minds, therefore the only way we can trust is to take people's word for things and judge their actions.0