I guess what I can glean from your statement, white-wolf, is the premise of choice in our lives.
The triangle you mentioned has its own religious connotations - for example in Christianity, Hinduism etc have the 'trinity' symbol. Three as one.
Philosophers have also argued about how we perceive the natural world and they have found it is indeed complex, yet simple in design. Think of fractality merged into simple shapes. It just keeps going on and on and on etc.
Maths and science can guide the current teachings of philosophy and vice versa but ultimately they all seek the absolute truth - kind of a 'theory of everything' in scientific terms if you call it that.
I'm curious - how come you've expressed the concept of a triangle as a symbol of the truth and love?