What is the difference between falling in love and loving?
Falling in love is something that happens to you, often without your help. Loving is a daily act of dedication and devotion.
Falling in love is what happens on the way to loving, but on the other hand, I didn't really fall in love with my kids, I just went straight into constantly loving them.
Falling in love is a chemistry that occurs between a man and woman which could lead to happiness or disaster. Loving on the hand is a decision to love and it takes commitment and dedication.
Falling in love is the appetizer..........Loving is the main course. Falling in love is exactly what it says........a temporary act, an action verb that occurs when chemistry starts smoking, but loving someone is the daily act of living your devotion and commitment to somone.
to be carried away
with the adventure
of falling in love.
For five and half months
let your hormones lead you
to that enchanting place
where feelings feel more magical,
living so intense
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