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What Is the Meaning of True Love?

Updated on September 22, 2010
True Love is From the Heart
True Love is From the Heart

 Do you think there is really such a thing as your true love? Have you ever met a person that you clicked with immediately? He or she seems to have the same interest you have, whether it is sports, music, travel, or some other interest, it seems you both like it. You can talk to this person on the phone for hours on end and laugh until you’re crying. All you think of all day long is the next time you’re going to see them again. It’s not necessary for you to go on expensive dates; a walk in the park or along the shore or maybe even sitting on a bench and talking will do you both just fine. You can talk about serious topics and have great meaningful conversation with this person without it turning into an unwanted argument. When you have a misunderstanding, it is settled and done with before the end of the day is over. You bring this person to meet your family and everyone loves them.

 

Your two goals and paths in life match, everything from if you want children or not, to what type of life style you expect to live. We know there are no perfect people walking the earth, but, if there was such a person you feel that this is that person. You two have a true mutual respect for one another. It’s more than being all about appearances; it’s about the inner person and what you two bring positive to the relationship.

 

Sure you have had some ups and downs, but, there’s no question in your mind that you want to spend the rest of your life with this person. You know in your heart that this is really the first person you have ever felt this way about and this is not to say you haven’t experienced other relationships. However, none have ever felt like this. When you’re in pain they are in pain and are willing to be there with you until you are all better.

 

You ever find a person that from the heart considers your feelings and truly wants to understand your point of view. They will see any misunderstanding through until both sides are fully at the same point and understand one another’s point of view. The meaning of a true love is just that, it’s something that’s true and cannot be phony or pretend. When you feel it you know it and there’s no question about it.

 

The meaning of true is consistent with fact or reality; not false or erroneous and put that together with love which means a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude towards a person; and there you have it, your true love; you know the feeling!   

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      G Maria 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      This is really beautiful! So on point. Thanks.

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      acaetnna 

      7 years ago from Guildford

      I think we're on the same wave length here. I can totally relate to the information that you have given here. Thank you.

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      Jenine 

      7 years ago

      I really appreciate articles like this that take a mature perspective on this subject of Love.

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      ankigarg87 

      7 years ago

      This is a great article.

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