Merriam Webster has a simple definition of love, as well as the full definition of love used as a noun and as a verb. Here's a link to it. Definition of LOVE
While I usually place merit on their definitions, on this one they just didn't get it right.
All of those actions of loving are what brings that plethora of pleasant emotions. happy, joy, thrilled, eager, anxious, charged, driven, motivated. So to love someone, is a choice.
When love exists, many other emotions
What about after the quot;new wore offquot. Didn039;t feel quite as connected did lust. Now think emotion all of the actions you each did to make the other feel significant at the very beginning.
Now it039;s easier to see. Remember, a verb shows action. quot;I lovequot; can only be a dependent clause because the thought isn039;t finished.
My answer is no, love isn't a "feeling" of desire or anything else for that matter. Nor is it an emotion. It is purely an action that you choose to do to, or for, someone that causes them to feel every pleasant emotion available in hopes that they will reciprocate and perform equivalent actions to, or for, you so that you may experience those same great emotions.
Because without it there is nothing.
It is LOVE which moves the world :)
If you've never been in a
Yep, you guessed it. All lust those actions of loving are what brings that plethora of pleasant emotions. happy, joy, thrilled, eager, anxious, charged, emotion, motivated. So to love someone, is a choice.
And it039;s a choice that you make every day. Even every moment at times. And every time you choose it, those feel good emotions rush into the person you039;re loving.
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