What is love? This question sounds so simple. But is it really that simple? We all talk and read so much about love and we often use the term love so thoughtlessly and lightly. But what is love? Have you ever thought about it? What is love? Is it a relationship? Is it a feeling?
Love – what is it?
Now let’s try to take a closer look at this phenomenon. Before we continue, let’s first find out what it means to fall in love or what exactly happens to a person who falls in love.
Mostly it is written in front of lovers when they are in love. The look is dreamy, people in love smile more often, are in a good mood, they talk enthusiastically about their crush. Or you will notice the excitement when two lovers meet. The work is done as quickly as possible or simply postponed, with shining eyes and happy anticipation, thinking ahead of time and with a noticeably increasing pulse, they set off in a hurry to quickly see the loved one. To be with your darling, talk to each other and go for a walk holding hands. Why is that so? Out of love. But what is love?
If we ask others for explanations, we will hear answers like “he / she is my dearest love”. “I feel like I’m in seventh heaven. He / she is an absolutely fantastic person. We cannot imagine living without each other. If anything happens to my darling, I want to die. Oh, I feel so indescribably good when I’m with my sweetheart ”. We hear many of these and a whole range of other extensive answers. But we don’t get anything concrete about exactly what love is. Is that convincing?
We now want to try to answer this question.
So love is a feeling that connects one person to another in a relationship that cannot be described. Lovers are primarily concerned with making others happy. Those who feel deep love for one another find it difficult to be apart even for a short time. They are ready to forget most of their other relationships and to sacrifice for the sake of their love. They are ready to die for one another, and history tells us that sometimes it actually happens. Love is therefore an emotional bond that can never be described, but only experienced.
Try to explain the taste of sugar to someone who has never tasted anything sweet. You will not succeed. To do this, the other person must first taste the sugar themselves. Likewise, love can never be explained in words. You have to experience it yourself to know this feeling of happiness.
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