What Is Love?

One of the deepest of all questions of all and it’s this question of the day. What is love?

I could go on all day looking for other people’s definition of love, but at the end of the day, how I see it simply boils down to this.

Love is the tip every single human emotion, refined and amplified an infinite fold. It is our desires and our hatred. It is our generosity and our selfishness. Our pleasure and our pain. Our deepest passion and our deadliest obsession. It is what makes us human. It is what turns us into monsters. It is both the lock and the key. To simply put it. Love is the greatest thing in the world and also the only reason why any of us would truly bleed.

Of course, at the end of the day, how we define love is as varied as the way each and every one of us leads our lives. From our own experience in love itself builds the foundations for us to love and be loved. With it at the core is its own meaning. To which I say hold true to it.

Its meaning is its own rewards

4 thoughts on “What Is Love?

  1. Dang, what a great way to articulate and summarize (if it were possible) love. In essence it’s the innermost fiber of our being. 🙂

  2. Esther: I’d say love is human, but that’s not entirely true either.

    Cléa: But there is always something to tell you when it is and when it isn’t.

    Davidlian: Not forgetting that to love is also to be selfish and to hold on to that love. Selflessness does have its limits, especially in a relationship.

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