Anything that is fact is objective
It is a Sunny Day (It is a fact)
Earth has one Moon (It is a fact)

Anything that has an emotion or feeling is subjective.
I love Sunny Day (It is your feeling)
I love Moon (whether you love moon or not, it is your feeling)

For every subjective there is an objective.
You see the Sun rising in the East, it is your feeling-perception. The fact (objective) is Earth is rotating on its axis every 24 hours, giving illusion that the Sun moves.

Objective is a Plan. If you don’t know the objective of a class, then you don’t know what you are supposed to learn. The another meaning of objective is looking at things in a detached impartial fact way. If a police officer falls in love with a victim it might be hard for him to stay objective.
When I write, I write objectively. Astrological dictum is objective. How you analyse/interpret is subjective. Bhagvad Gita – It is a Fact-Objective. But shloka interpretation is Subjective. The way one interpret it will be nothing like the other’s. For example people who is Bhajananada type ( they are good only, but they find joy only in worship – and they don’t go beyond that . Science will be completely ignorant for them)- such people’s interpretation will be different. Science is a fact. It is jagath satyam. You need not to subtract Science from Your Bhajananda (worship). You can take help of Mathematics to understand physics or chemistry & vice versa.

Personally I am of the opinion that the LOVE is Subjectively Objective feeling. If the object is there then the feelings are at acme. If you lost your loved ones, still you may have subjective feelings but objective will be compromised. It can happen other way also. There is objective, but no subjective feeling. The person is near you. But you don’t get feeling or love towards him.

Om Namo Bhagavathe Vasudevaya* Namo Buddhaya* Brahma Shakthi Satyam Jagath Satyam
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