i think it is hard to ask why someone loves because love is irrational. there is no rational answer to it, unless you love someone because of money, and all the physical aspects.
A person who love his/her spouse for 50 years is very different from that of a young adult who says he/she love their bf/gf.
One is reflected from an action,the latter?Mere words which requires almost nothing to fabricate.
Well then,if love is the greatest attestment of giving unconditionally,then that eye candy that caught your attention from across the room,that got your heart pumping and sending "I love him/her" to the brain,should be the one whom you will dash across the road to save if she were to be run over by an incoming vehicle after leaving the room 5 mins later.
No?you said love what.And by love,this is what love demands.Selfless sacrifice
Can people do it?Especially youngster?Most are just lip service.The essence of love lies not in the lovey dovey but in the reflection of rough patches
Here's the truth.
Love is not a feeling,is an decision you make to commit.
Last edited by Giorgio; 21st December 2008 at 12:01 AM.
there are different stages in love too, that of young courting couples, newlyweds and so on. that i seriously think u got the so-called essence of love wrong. surviving rough patches in a relationship does not proof love is strong, there are many other factors weighing in as well, if not more than love.
love conquers all? its an exception, a rather rare exception in reality.
Last edited by sORe-EyEz; 21st December 2008 at 02:52 AM.
Ha.... with all these love love discussion, mebbe it's time to get a love doctor in and check us all out ?