Sometimes, just like people are tempted by an attractively displayed dessert; people can be misled by a handsome or pretty face. However, is it the image that is loved or is it really the person?
Is it really possible to have "love at first sight" when it comes to people? Is it ever lasting?
People can say that they love a type of food but the food doesn't love them back because food can kill them. Eating so much of food whether it is sweets or meats, too much of it in the body may cause problems and eventually death. It sounds more likely lust... As far relationships are concerned, surely it can be love at first sight but that relationship needs to develop as any other one. Initially, love at first sight only pertains to admiring what is seen and not fully known of. Hypothetically, you can be a Christian and love someone at first sight but once you learn that he or she is an Atheist then what happens with the love? We should normally love one another as the Bible teaches but when it comes to intimate relationships you shouldn't have love at first sight because that can be too risky and may not last. Actually "love at first sight" is a premature infatuation for someone. You can always love what you see but wait until you get to know the person.
by andycool6 years ago
How love is related to lust? Can lust destroy true love? Where should one draw the line between love and lust in life partners?
by dejajolie7 years ago
Is there such a thing as love at first sight? In the media and in 'real' life I hear about people getting married after only months of dating and hear phrases being thrown around like "as soon as I saw them I...
by India Arnold6 years ago
So often I have heard about "love at first sight" but, how does one differentiate between the lust born from chemical response (Pheromones) and love that will last a lifetime?
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