For some people, it is felt for your partners, family, pets, or even inanimate objects. None of the people are right or wrong, but I do know one thing, love is very powerful. Love is overused in today's world, people say they love someone because of the way they look or their body. That isn't love. To me, love is the most spectacular, indescribable, deep euphoric
The electrifying feeling of love is something no one can explain. If we were to ask someone to describe what being in love feels like, they will describe something that sounds like sexual passion and desire tinged with obsession. Commonly, the feeling of lust that is often mistaken as love at first sight. The feeling of obsession when we cannot stop thinking about the person and wanting to be around them all of the time, or the sacrifice and commitment of love that most people dread, although, some overcome. Ultimately, the passion which is a major part to the way we love.
There is a great deal of confusion and cross-referencing of the terms LOVE, ROMANCE, INFATUATION, AFFECTION, TENDERNESS and so forth. Love may include romance, infatuation, affection and tenderness. But even if those elements are not present, it could still be love. A lot of people will tell you that they are in love, or that they have been in love, but there is a huge disparity between one person’s definition of love and another’s. Two of my favorite statements on love are: Love is a choice to do the highest good for someone.
There is people who fall in and out of love on a daily basis, and there are those who look for love for an eternity. Love is not just for us people, it is for everyone and everything around us. We love anything we want to, but it is a way of expressing it where we show who we are. Love is sometimes hard to define because everyone experiences it differently. What one person thinks is love, another person may think is the complete opposite.
There are many different types of love of course; the love you feel for your family, love you feel for your friends and love for your boyfriend/girlfriend. Infatuation is more for a sentimental partner. Love is sometimes considered a blind feeling because many people confuse love with infatuation. It usually is difficult to tell whether you are in love or just infatuated with a person,
Yet love is one of the most misunderstood concepts of all. What people really want more than anything else is to be loved unconditionally; to be accepted for who we are, and still be loved. Sometimes we will do some crazy things, "in the name of love." Love is actually the choice one makes to put someone's wishes, desires and needs above our own. Many people confuse the word "love" with the meaning of the word "want" or "desire."
This can include love that is single sided, love that leads to dangerous decision making, an termination of other relationships, falling in love with multiple people at a time, and even abuse. These factors can play a large part in not only falling in love but taking the relationship further. Culture also plays a large part in falling in love and making a relationship last. Often in cultures the partner is expected to share the same beliefs, religion, and even have prearranged marriages with partners selected by their parents. This can take falling in love and postpone it or take it out of the equation all
Unfortunately it also means there will be unavoidable conflict in the union of a woman and man. Woman's inherent sexuality and the widely dissimilar sexuality of her mate is one of the primary conflicts in marriage. They will also find diversity in their views on sex, communication, emotional expression, nearly every aspect in their lives. Sex has made marriages and broken them. Great relationships do not always translate into wonderful sex!
Throughout the novel, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, many forms of love appear. There is true love that comes from the heart and is pure and on the other hand there is a lustful love which is not love at. Another love that is shown throughout the book, is love obsession, where one falls in love with someone and puts them before everything. In the Hunchback one can observe these loves and how they compare to one another as well as which one is best and why. In the end we will be able to see that even though there are many forms of love, many of them do not come from the right place and have the right intentions.
Many people know what love is, the strong affection that one feels for another. But there are numerous different kinds of love. Shakespeare expresses diverse degrees of love in his play Twelfth Night, especially through his main characters. For example, Lady Olivia seems to not be able to let go of the one she loves, Cesario and seems dreadfully desperate for him. Similarly, a very egotistical love is shown through the character Duke Orsino, who insists that he cannot love any other woman than the Lady Olivia when it is obvious that he loves being in love, rather than loving Olivia.