Whats the love?

Discussion in 'Magazine Article Writing' started by mangoshake, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. mangoshake

    mangoshake Member

    Have you ever fall in love you and loving that person more than yourself? What does it really mean?

    Love: a four-letter-word that gets tossed around in conversations pretty carelessly to describe just about anything. I love your shoes. I love this restaurant. This dog totally loves me.

    But what about when it comes to relationships? What does it really mean to love someone?

    Love means accepting another person in the strongest way possible. It means supporting them in anything and everything, even when you may not agree on the situation.

    Love means not looking for something better or seeing what’s out there. It means committing to that person because you know they complete you in every way. It doesn’t mean being a replica of another person, but rather being like a puzzle piece that fits perfectly with the other. Your traits complement each other to create better versions of you both.

    Love means waking up early and whipping up pancakes in the morning just to show you care. It means going out of your way to make them smile and, without even thinking about it, dropping everything for them in those times when smiles aren’t appropriate.

    Love means screaming at the top of your lungs sometimes. It means caring so damn much about that other person that you can’t help but become furious when your relationship is called into question. It means fighting to get it back.

    Love means smiling for no reason at all, and giggling from the tickle of butterflies flying around in your stomach.

    Love means not needing constant contact, in person or via text, to feel secure. It means trusting them in every way possible and earning their reciprocal trust in you.

    Love means loving yourself, too. It means always being your organic self and never shifting to fit another person’s standard. It means sleeping tight at night knowing that someone else knows just as well as you do how perfect you are in all your imperfections.

    Love means gazing into their eyes for hours that feel like minutes. It means breathing coolly when you’re all wrapped up in their arms and becoming one with their heartbeat when your head is pressed up to their chest.

    Love means giving in to an awesome power that brings two people together in the craziest ways. It means waiting, sometimes for a long time, for the stars to align. It means persevering through horrible dates and dull chats in line at the coffee house until you get your turn with it. It means surrendering control to a greater force and staying along for the ride.

    Sometimes love means disappointment. It means broken hearts and red teary eyes. It means taking a shot on someone and being let down. It means learning the hard way that you can’t make someone love you.

    Love, once it finds you, is worth every fleeting moment of highs and lows. Love, although it may fade, never gives up on you. Love that leaves is not lost; it will find you again someday, perhaps when you least expect it or maybe when you really want it to. Love doesn’t play by anyone else’s rules.


    Love means letting yourself go. Love means giving in. Love means taking chances.
  2. Jhondirk

    Jhondirk New Member

    Love is bigger than you are. You can invite love, but you cannot dictate how, when, and where love expresses itself. You can choose to surrender to love or not, but in the end, love strikes like lightning: unpredictable and irrefutable. You can even find yourself loving people you don't like at all. Love does not come with conditions, stipulations, addenda, or codes. Love is a force of nature. However much we may want to, we can not command, demand, or take away love.
  3. zenithboi

    zenithboi New Member

    Love is commitment.
    Love is accepting both the negative and positive side of someone.
    Love involves trust, care, respect and tolerance.
  4. leony13

    leony13 Member

    Love is a sense of satisfaction. It is a feeling that cannot be explained but just realized. When I enter my house, it feels home because there are people waiting for me. This bond between us is love. When I meet my friends I am ought to forget the sense of time simply enjoying the nonsense stuff. It is nonsense yet doing that makes us satisfied with each other. Love is not a great thing rather it is a collection of small beautiful things that are simple gestures showing care.
  5. Warren1967

    Warren1967 Well-Known Member

    Love is when you care so much for a person that you stand by that person through thick and thin.
  6. Sabrina92

    Sabrina92 New Member

    Shakespeare said,
    "Love me love my dog".
    Love is that when you love someone then love him/her with his/her all belongings. If you love someone, then love all those properties, belongings, people, things relate to him/her. Because true love is nothing to love his/her feelings, sentiments, thoughts on what way he/she feels, sentiments or thinks. I often believe in that my own words,
    "In true love, there is no terms of give and take, just devote yourself and never hope for returns".
    Love is devotion, dedication to someone's existence in way he/she is.
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  7. MelvinAngelo

    MelvinAngelo Member

    Love is everywhere..you're friends, you're family and how to threat the other persons who needs you ..you've been there when the time he/she needs you without expecting anything else that's the other definition of love for me. ;)

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