What is the difference between love and lust? Is there a fine line or a lot of gray?
I think there's a fine line depending on the person. Sometimes lust is mistaken for love, especially when the relationship moves too quickly. The best way to find out if it's love, and not lust, is to not give into lust before falling in love.....
Nice answer, it is always great to see people responding with intelligence...I appreciate that
There is a fine line and not a lot of grey, if you can enjoy yourself with the person and not crave sex every time you see them it's probably more than just lust.
I think it's a fine line.
Love is when all the cards are on the table and you still want to keep playing.
You don't have to know much about someone to be in lust.
Lust is sexual attraction. Love is an emotional attachment. They are not opposites, they are barely related.
You can love your parents and your children and should not lust for them.
You can lust for someone and have sex but never love them.
Ideally, you channel your lust and only sate it with someone you love.
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