Upon his engagement to Diana, Charles said,, "What is love?" Well, what is love?
Have you ever been in love? When you tell someone, anyone that you are in love with them, what do you mean? Can you. do you differentiate between infatuation and actual love.
Love is an action...not a feeling or emotion.
This action (putting another before even yourself) is what love "is".
This action WILL cause emotions and feelings, not the other way around.
Too many times people think they "feel" love in the form of emotions or feelings, and then are disappointed when the "actions" of the relationship don't fit the definition of love.
The action will always bring the feelings and emotions, where as the feelings and emotions rarely if ever bring about the actions.
Love is defined in one word, though it involves many issues such as trust, honesty, and such. In my opinion Love is tolerance.
If you can tolerate someone, that means that you care for them so much that you can accept them or tolerate them and all their habits, and mistakes.
Infatuation, I would say is more like lust, but all that means is that the sex is good, and perhaps you have a lot of fun together. It does not mean that you have enough heart and feelings for them that you can put up with everything thing else.
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