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That means respecting each other’s boundaries, and being sure not to step over them.
You don’t need to go to the next EDM festival nearest you and give out as many hugs as you can, and you don’t need to trade beaded bracelets to signify your respect with another person.While the words that come together to form PLUR are pretty self explanatory, there is actually a lot more to it.Let’s break it down to get a better understanding(via Peace & Loveism): Taking a step back you can see this is a great motto to practice at concerts and festivals. My first EDC was filled with countless high fives, warm hugs, and people even checking up on me when I wasn’t feeling too well and lying on the ground But what if I told you that PLUR isn’t just for EDM fans, that it can exist without all of electronic music and the kandi kids in the rave scene?The Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas is considered to be the largest rave out on the West Coast…and by God did it live up to expectation.I saw some of my favorite artists such as Calvin Harris and Chromeo, made kandi bracelets and traded them with other people, making friends in the process; and I even got the chance to see one of my childhood friends.You might even be putting it to practice in your relationship and not even know it, and that’s okay. When it comes dating, a single person can’t have everything his/her way, it’s more of a two way street where trade happens.
The two people must find a balance so that their relationship needs are met, while still meeting their personal wants/needs.
Going back to my original line of thinking when it comes to dating…
it’s not always about pursuing the “happily ever after” life.
Relationships need love or else there would be no romance that would spice things up a bit.
This also includes tough love that isn’t always happy, but still shows that you care for each other.
The phrase got it’s start from DJ Frankie Bones who broke up a fight at a rave in 1991 in New York saying, ““You better start showing some Peace, Love and Unity, or I will break your $%^ing faces” (via Jo Jo Electro).