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Any other way to describe "falling" in love? Or do we want to suggest that it hurts?


If you think of a more positive way to describe this wonderful experience, please share. Thanks.

 
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4 years ago
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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Thanks, Cara. I also like the term and what it could imply. I'll check on the book.

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4 years ago
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    Nathan Bernardo (NateB11) 4 years ago

    Yes, I agree. It's like there's nothing there, it's endless, unfathomable; which could mean beauty.


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4 years ago
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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    Wish we could make a pact to ensure that the fall never ends. That would be a meaningful discussion. Thanks for your input, Xanzacow.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    You make some good points, Btrbell. There's so much we don't notice until someone else shows us. Thanks!

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    I really like your word: communing. I feel the intimacy.

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    I sincerely appreciate this answer. Now the term "falling" makes the process seem so mature. Thanks

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    Dora Isaac Weithers (MsDora) 4 years ago

    That's what I wondered. Some people have been really hurt, so would they like to use another word which gives a different picture? Twilight, hope you heal from the hurt and free yourself to love again.


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Falling In or Fallen Out

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