How Would You Define Love Based on Your Real Experiences With Love So Far?
Not a theoretical definition, but one based on your own experience with love in your real life!!
I feel ordinary love for a fair number of people, but I feel romantic love for only a few. When I love someone, romantically or otherwise, being in their company gives me great pleasure, and I strive to make them happy. Romantic love is the same, but experienced more intensely, and with a sexual element. That's my definition; yours may vary, of course.
True love, I believe, can't be defined with words. Our language has no words that truly represent what love is. Love doesn't even describe it. True love is such a deep bond between 2 people that it is felt in the soul. That feeling is indescribable. Unfortunately, true love is also very rare. Few people ever really experience this deep emotion.
I think back on guys I've dated through the years and the ones that stay in my heart are obviously the ones I've truly loved (and there have only been three of them). It's a calm feeling of knowing someone more than you thought possible and being happy to be with them even when you are doing nothing. Am looking forward to feeling that again someday.
Love today have too many definitions. Everyone have a different love,and a different God. But the proof is in performance of spirit beyond words and promises.
I take refuge in the love of God as my guidelines of expressing love.
I look at love as looking out for the best interest of others. It believe the best in others and does not keep a record of wrongs.
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