Can we really define love? People say love is an emotion. Love is an act of showing passion, desire, and attachment. Love is what we feel when we have admiration to someone. Love is a noun, an action, the dictionary puts it this way: (n) a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person; (n) attraction that includes sexual desire: the strong affection felt by people who have a romantic relationship; (n) a person you love in romantic way. The problem is, these definitions do not wholly define love.
Love has no definite definition because it is in fact uncomprehensible. But one thing I discovered about love: it never changes mind. When we experience love, every moment is a discovery. When love works, we experience a whole new world of existence. We know without knowing but we are certain that everything will fall right into place. When we love, we make the uncertain certain. When we love, we love the deepest because finally we are at peace. Because this kind of love is a love which will give us peace.
Love is more than the passion, desire and attachment. Love is more than admiration to someone. Love is more than an action. Love is a laid out plan. Love is certainty. Love never changes mind. When we feel this kind of love, we will be certain of the unknown. We will be certain of the uncomprehensible, because this love is like no other love, this love is a love only when looking up will we find.
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