Why does love exist?
I think it's to prove God exists, that there's meaning in chaos, and that it's worth it to live. What are your thoughts on this most potent emotion?
Yes of course it is God, but then many confuse love with other things and many claim to know love and never feel it such as sociopaths. Great question, that might be the best question I have ever heard. God bless you.
I would not mix love with god since god does not exist.
However I think life is not worth living without love and love is the one thing that keeps us together. Regardless beliefs or status.
ya their is existence of god and love. but that's depend on your faith.
love exists to counter-balance hate. For every action or feeling, there is an equal and oppisite action and feeling.
Love exists for you to be happy, feel good and be free of negativity.
mmmm........so that a person may remain attached to the WORLD...... otherwise he will kill himself.......
So there is love for parents, spouse, materialistic things, money, etc etc etc.
True love comes from the true faith,
but first of all, you should understand the secret of the true faith.
I don't think that love exists for a single specific reason - it means many different things to different people.
For religious people, God and love are very tied together. For others love is a purely scientific product, and to many it's the aspect of life that brings them the most joy and a reason to live.
Personally, I think that love (as an emotion) can be the most difficult and frustrating to deal with, but provides the greatest rewards. It's the epitome of sharing life with another person, which for many is what living is all about.
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