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...defining love?...All jokes aside, what is love?edit; lmfao, touble.

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love is a misunderstanding between two fools

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Tbh my perception of love is so high its probably unrealistic..i mean to the point where most people aren't and will never be in love, they will just think they are.

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To a lot of people Love is just before you bust a nut and just after you bust a nut, anything else is just an annoyance built on convenience.To me love is an unconditional feeling you display to another individual and hope to feel that feeling in return. Love is sacrifice, compromise, understanding, tolerance, respect and all importantly satisfaction. You know you love somebody when you just want to satisfy them always and not really be bothered about a return, just seeing them happy is sufficient to please you.

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love is a misunderstanding between two fools
lol I kinda like thatIt seems pretty accurate IMO atm/love is undefinableyou only know it when you're in it.
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To a lot of people Love is just before you bust a nut and just after you bust a nut, anything else is just an annoyance built on convenience.To me love is an unconditional feeling you display to another individual and hope to feel that feeling in return. Love is sacrifice, compromise, understanding, tolerance, respect and all importantly satisfaction. You know you love somebody when you just want to satisfy them always and not really be bothered about a return, just seeing them happy is sufficient to please you.
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u cant say love is unconditional, cos i believe u can "love" someone to a point.. but if they betray ur trust, try to physically or emotionally hurt u or a relative then that love is subject to change... love imo is down to ur sense of loyalty and how happy u are at that particular time...

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u cant say love is unconditional, cos i believe u can "love" someone to a point.. but if they betray ur trust, try to physically or emotionally hurt u or a relative then that love is subject to change... love imo is down to ur sense of loyalty and how happy u are at that particular time...
Thats each individuals opinion. When you love somebody unconditionally, even when they betray your trust in what ever way - You still love them as much as you always did, your just hurt too, when you truely love somebod unconditionally you don't ever stop loving them. When you see they are no good for you then you start using your head and even though your heart says you love them, your head knows this isn't right. Thats my opinion anyway.
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I don't think you can love a partner unconditionally tbhA child, a sibling, a parentYeah I think those are examples of unconditional loveLoving someone when you know you shouldn't is foolish, and when you eventually step back, with time, it fades.

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Love is GodGod blessed u with a third ''I''If U and I Verse harmonise to the symphony of EternityThen boy im im only going by what High show me

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I don't think you can love a partner unconditionally tbhA child, a sibling, a parentYeah I think those are examples of unconditional loveLoving someone when you know you shouldn't is foolish, and when you eventually step back, with time, it fades.
Love for sibling/child/parent are surely different to the love for a partner (to an extent it can be viewed as more powerful because it is not forced out of the consequence that you share the same blood as them). I think my perceptions of love are distorted but at the same time I can't even put my finger on what it actually is.
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Love is GodGod blessed u with a third ''I''If U and I Verse harmonise to the symphony of EternityThen boy im im only going by what High show me
lol wtf b are you smoking the reefa
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love is a misunderstanding between two fools
lol I kinda like thatIt seems pretty accurate IMO atm/love is undefinableyou only know it when you're in it.
xaclyi don't think there are any words within the english language that can accurately describe it in a way which everyone agrees upon
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Love is GodGod blessed u with a third ''I''If U and I Verse harmonise to the symphony of EternityThen boy im im only going by what High show me
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love is a misunderstanding between two fools
lol I kinda like thatIt seems pretty accurate IMO atm/love is undefinableyou only know it when you're in it.
xaclyi don't think there are any words within the english language that can accurately describe it in a way which everyone agrees upon
However there are in the greek language
  • Eros (ἔρως érōs) is passionate love, with sensual desire and longing. The Modern Greek word "erotas" means "(romantic) love". However, eros does not have to be sexual in nature. Eros can be interpreted as a love for someone whom you love more than the philia love of friendship. It can also apply to dating relationships as well as marriage. Plato refined his own definition. Although eros is initially felt for a person, with contemplation it becomes an appreciation of the beauty within that person, or even becomes appreciation of beauty itself. It should be noted Plato does not talk of physical attraction as a necessary part of love, hence the use of the word platonic to mean, "without physical attraction". Plato also said eros helps the soul recall knowledge of beauty, and contributes to an understanding of spiritual truth. Lovers and philosophers are all inspired to seek truth by eros. The most famous ancient work on the subject of eros is Plato's Symposium, which is a discussion among the students of Socrates on the nature of eros.
  • Philia (φιλία philía), which means friendship in modern Greek, a dispassionate virtuous love, was a concept developed by Aristotle. It includes loyalty to friends, family, and community, and requires virtue, equality and familiarity. In ancient texts, philia denoted a general type of love, used for love between family, between friends, a desire or enjoyment of an activity, as well as between lovers. This is the only other word for "love" used in the ancient text of the New Testament besides agape, but even then it is used substantially less frequently.

  • Agapē (ἀγάπη agápē) means "love" in modern day Greek, such as in the term s'agapo (Σ'αγαπώ), which means"I love you". In Ancient Greek it often refers to a general affection rather than the attraction suggested by "eros"; agape is used in ancient texts to denote feelings for a good meal, one's children, and the feelings for a spouse. It can be described as the feeling of being content or holding one in high regard. The verb appears in the New Testament describing, amongst other things, the relationship between Jesus and the beloved disciple. In biblical literature, its meaning and usage is illustrated by self-sacrificing, giving love to all--both friend and enemy. It is used in Matthew 22:39, "Love your neighbour as yourself," and in John 15:12, "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you," and in 1 John 4:8, "God is love." However, the word "agape" is not always used in the New Testament in a positive sense. II Timothy 4:10 uses the word in a negative sense. The Apostle Paul writes,"For Demas hath forsaken me, having loved (agapo) this present world...." Thus the word "agape" is not always used of a divine love or the love of God. Christian commentators have expanded the original Greek definition to encompass a total commitment or self-sacrificial love for the thing loved. Because of its frequency of use in the New Testament, Christian writers have developed a significant amount of theology based solely on the interpretation of this word.
  • Storge (στοργή storgē) means "affection" in modern Greek; it is natural affection, like that felt by parents for offspring. Rarely used in ancient works, and then almost exclusively as a descriptor of relationships within the family.

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u cant say love is unconditional, cos i believe u can "love" someone to a point.. but if they betray ur trust, try to physically or emotionally hurt u or a relative then that love is subject to change... love imo is down to ur sense of loyalty and how happy u are at that particular time...
Thats each individuals opinion. When you love somebody unconditionally, even when they betray your trust in what ever way - You still love them as much as you always did, your just hurt too, when you truely love somebod unconditionally you don't ever stop loving them. When you see they are no good for you then you start using your head and even though your heart says you love them, your head knows this isn't right. Thats my opinion anyway.
as playground as this may sound.. are u telling me that if ur man beat up and killed ur mom (God forbid) that u'd stil love him?the only kind of unconditional love is family member..
Family love is different.. Family members do not mate with one another yet most will do anything for each other and do u kno why? Because family collaboration will increase the chances of successfully passing shared genes/ dna to the next generation.. The End!I believe ppl can fall in love, jus as much as i believe ppl can fall out of it.. Life and certain situations change every persons perception over time which means yesterdays reality may no longer be todays..
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Love is a myth /Love is a cruel treat

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