Do you think love is different for men and women? Or is love just what it is and everyone is the same? What are the differenes if any?
There are many levels of love. Each of us are different and have our own motives for love. I can tell you the the goal or hope for all love should be marriage. That is the crowning achievement of love. Total devotion one with the other. No 50/50 but rather 100/100 happily and with complete fidelity. Love with the intent of spending all time with that person even beyond death. Each of us are truly incomplete without the other and the learning process that accompanies it.
by securityproducts3 2 years ago
Is there a difference between an opinion and an informed stance on a subject?
by marketingnotesja 7 years ago
Do you think being "DIFFERENT" is worth it?We all have different opinions about what being unique means.... but is it worth it to try being different? What do think!!!
by Eric Dierker 19 months ago
Are we born with original sin? I do not think so. Correct me if I am wrong.We have the Council of Nicea. We have Augustine and we have Paul. Some claim Adam and Eve sealed the sin deal for every wonderful beautiful baby born. If you wanted to you could show some interesting notions regarding...
by Julia Chang 7 years ago
I have both a son and a daughter and can't help but notice just how different the two of them take on life. I've spoken with other moms and they seem to agree that boys are generally slower at learning and girls pick up on things quicker. Does this seem to be the case for everyone?
by Carolee Samuda 7 years ago
What are your thoughts.To love as opposed to being in love. Do you think there is a difference? If so how do you define both.
by Eric Dierker 13 months ago
What is the difference between the ego and self?Seems to me most articles dealing with the ego, just start out with everyone knowing what the writer means. Same for articles on self. What is the difference?
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