What do you think about love, a subject as we produce or an object as we receive

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  1. twobmad profile image71
    twobmadposted 8 years ago

    What do you think about love, a subject as we produce or an object as we receive?

    I have seen some who have developed to love somebody. But there are people who do not believe a developing love.

  2. Darknlovely3436 profile image82
    Darknlovely3436posted 8 years ago

    I what do i think about love, well to be honest it nothing more than a

  3. TheRaptorClaw profile image60
    TheRaptorClawposted 8 years ago

    I believe that love is something that you feel for somebody. It can be instant but i believe that true love builds over time.

  4. Wayne Brown profile image83
    Wayne Brownposted 8 years ago

    There are many types of love...some we give as to our dog and some we receive as a hug and kiss from grandma.  In terms of a love relationship between two people, love is a two way street and like communications, it goes both ways sometimes at the same time, give and get, give and take, give more, get more.  That fact is never more apparent than when one party quits a relationship and the other attempts to save it. It's like picking up sand in your fingers and watching it run out as fast as you scoop it up.  It is an act of futility when only one is participating in a love relationship.  WB

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    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    People's belief usually come from the life that they live.  Things that they practice as well as their overall mindset.  Some don't venture out to open their minds to really learn.  The way that most learn is by watching what other are doing or have done.  Basically being a carbon copy instead of allow themselves to learn in many ways.  As for love that is something that comes from within, a mirrored imagine of who you are as well as how you view/respect self, life, your overall perspective on things period!  Through those thoughts as well as behavior one will receive the love that that individuals has to offer.  That is why everyone's definition of love is defined as well as expressed differently.  Whether it is right or wrong

    Vonda G. Nelson

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    HonestAbe95posted 8 years ago

    Love in the everyday use is real, a true care for someone, a feel for something beyond ourself. Not selfish.
    Love as in romantic love is a toss up, not that it is selfish, but it is harder to breakdown like the normal love. This love can be corrupt by sexual "love", which really isnt love at all. So i'd say romantic love is mostly true, depending on the person and how honest they are with themself . also, i feel romantic love goes hand in hand with everyday love, just a bit deeper, in a way im not sure to be honest. and i dont think anyone is or will ever be with

  7. internett1t3 profile image61
    internett1t3posted 8 years ago

    I think both! Give love and you will receive love.

  8. themomofmany profile image61
    themomofmanyposted 8 years ago

    love is like a burning fire, you feed it (expand it by bringing more people into your life) and it grows.
    You forget to kindle it and it fades out.


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