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    Namrata
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    is there something called love? or its just the feeling of being around someone that you really like and appreciate?
    what i feel is love is literally very hyped…you love your parents its normal but you get to start liking a person and your parents are the first ones you hide your status from (too common in India)…according to me a better and nicer way to describe it is the feeling of liking that you have for a person that you really appreciate and want that person to be there for you. One of my friends said no one in the world is ‘indispensable’ when i was cribbing about her leaving for us for studies…..that time it was more of what crap! but now I realize how true it is. I read it somewhere that…”everyone can live on their own, but if you have a real chance at happiness, you would be stupid not to grab it!” Thats how i think we should look at all relationships where love is involved..friends, family, kids, boyfriend, relatives…….and the list is endless because at some poiny of time you really like a person thats why you talk to them and open up to them even if its for your own reasons.!!!

    what do you think about it people????

    #15036

    Krishna
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    What i feel about love is this..
    L = living
    O = on
    V = Valuable
    E = Ethics

    #15037

    Prachi
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    Very interesting response Krishna…so you think Love is about ethics? Why don’t you elaborate or explain this a little more?

    #15039

    stranger
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    It’s an interesting description of love, based on really liking the people you are related to parents,husband ,wife, siblings, relatives or want to be related to- friends boyfriend/girlfriend etc. Consider elaborating on the different developmental transitions and changes in these love relationships throughout life. A point in life when we used to like someone a lot but then we started disliking them, the probable transitions in the degree of liking going upto disliking.

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    Namrata
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    the transitions does not come under love…in the teenage and the immature ages this is a word which we feel the feeling is but in real its never more than high level of liking or infatuation according to me!

    #15042

    Anonymous
    Namrata wrote:
    the transitions does not come under love…in the teenage and the immature ages this is a word which we feel the feeling is but in real its never more than high level of liking or infatuation according to me!

    I disagree. That is the time when you feel the ‘real’ love. That is when the feeling does not involve questions like what about future, how will we sustain, what about family, a house home, car and what have you.. Ttthat is true love. You feel it truly. Later on, there is no love.. it is a compromise, adjustment.

    Infatuation – is a word coined by these ‘intelligent and grown up’ people.

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