Interesting way to pose the question.
Only a person who never loved and has never been loved could answer this in the negative!
My answer, OF COURSE I do!
it is absoultely NOT all you need...
I've always believed in love.
It's the ultimate craving of the soul.
That's a defeatist attitude?
Perhaps you should look longer, or in the right place(s).
Hey, I love you!
I feel that way too sometimes. I've never felt lurve like the forever unconditional love that I want. But I feel love from evryoe I know and I love them back.
I know the reason I haven't found me love. I simply haven't been looking...at all. I will when I'm fully ready and I'm not at the moment *sigh*
No doubt I believe in love. If you knew my wife and understood the relationship we have had over the last 23 years you to would believe in love.
but one has to be careful it might be lust at time mistaken for love.
Doesn't matter. If Love believes in you, you're going for the ride.
yeah, but if you don't have it, doens't mean having it will make your life complete and everything will be fine
Yes, though only recently have I believed that it could be more than just a source of pain, a door through which people can come in and hurt you. Now...it still hurts sometimes, everything does...but I've finally found someone who at least won't deliberately hurt me and who genuinely cares for me .
Sa Toya...it has been my experience that not looking is the best way to find love . I'm getting married shortly, and I can guarantee that neither of us were looking and we certainly didn't expect to find it where we did.
love makes the world go round
and we make the ride worthwhile
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