It is one of the most difficult questions for the mankind. Centuries have passed by, relationships have bloomed and so has love. But no one can give the proper definition of love.
Love can be any number or emotions which are related to a sense of strong Affection and Attachment. We can refer the word love with different feelings, states and attitudes, ranging from generic pleasure to interpersonal attraction.
who agree with me ??
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A bond between two people there doesn't have to be sex but varying amounts of passion,commitment,and understanding. Love is linked to the belief of god as he is the embodiment of it. However any psychologist will tell you it comes from a cocktail of hormones released in the brain.
love is a chemical reaction in your brain which ocassionally sends shivers down your spine, causes an exelerated heart beat, makes you sweat just that little bit more and makes you feel lite headed.
that's just my opinion anyway
by Julianna 6 years ago
Define the meaning of loveWe tend to use the word so loosely. We love our cars, homes, jobs, etc. Eliminate all of the materialistic things, what is love to you?
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