I would have to say, that I define love as an enduring feeling that survives a great deal of hardship. Real love truly does concur all.
I don't know what is love? but I can say that no man can live without love.
Love is endless relationship.....................last longs forever
Love is an illusion, perhaps delusion but definitely not a solution to life's misery and complexities. It makes life difficult and always leaves you in a lose-lose situation.
To me, Love can be defined as more than a feeling. It is more of an experience. It is something that grows over a period of time. Young people usually say "fall in love". I say, "grow in love". I believe that if you literally fall that you will hit the bottom or ground eventually. Maybe, that is why it doesn't last sometimes. Love means more than wanting to be near a person. It means mutual respect - loving someone despite shortfalls; listening to someone objectively without criticism; good communication; giving and receiving in return; accepting each other's faults; appreciating each other; solving conflicts amicably without animosity. Love embraces so many things but most of all love is enduring - it is supposed to last to the very end of time. LOVE!
by Michele McCallister 4 years ago
What are the three most important ingredients for an enduring love?
by kucchu 7 years ago
my hubby is not talking to me from last 10 days though he love me but he shows this attitude...whenever he gets angry he is very introvert n doesn'tlike to show his feeling or anger everytime when we have clashes i take a step n try to resolve the matter whether i m right or that is my fault...
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
Love? ..some would say its a divine connection..couples are made for each other.. while to others its just a trick played by nature to make us have sex! ...Whats your view??
by austinlyan 7 years ago
What is love? Let's talk about love among humans.
by Sheila Lee 6 years ago
How would you define love?
by Harish Mamgain 4 years ago
How do you define love ?This word fascinates me no end. Even in animals and birds, this sentiment is very much visible. We humans interpret it in so many words that it is very difficult to comprehend a very close word. When I ponder over it, I find it appropriate to be compared to...
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