Quantifying Love

Posted on: 22/01/2011

unconditional love ~

What's love anyway?

I love my husband very much. I love my kids very much, but that's very different. I thought I loved my last boyfriend, but now I'm not so sure. I thought I loved the boyfriend before that, but I'm even less sure about that. I love my mum and dad, but they're really hard work and I find it hard to love them. I love my two cats, and my brother. I love my in-laws! I love my closest friends.

You see where I'm going with this?

Love, to me, is a strong, positive emotion that you feel about certain people/animals. It's unconditional, it makes you happy. Hard enough to define the boundary between 'like' and 'love', so why quantify it? Wonderful stuff. They should bottle it and sell it in the happy shop. Then everyone can get some.

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2 Responses to "Quantifying Love"

Love also changes and there are different types. If you could bottle the feelings you have during the early years of a relationship, I would be your first customer.

Couldn’t agree more! I was about to go on about how good relationships can stand the test of time, when I realised that that was another blog entry waiting to be written…

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