ANSWERS: 100
  • It means what he or she thinks might be the same as the other. First of all they must be confident in their own positions. It is the only one which can only be felt and never be explained in words.
  • Thats easy, God.
  • This is definitely one of those "it depends on what those words mean to you" questions. This short answer is "Yes, of course it does." (Note: when I answered the question it read 'does true love exist') On the other hand, if you are thinking of some fairy tale "happily ever after" with not a care in the world... well... you know. There are husbands and wives who will tell you: after 30, 40, 50 years of marriage or so, they love each other more than ever and never considered separating or leaving. I would argue this is true love. Not how they "felt" every minute about their spouses, but their mutual choices to invest their lives in their relationships. True love is a decision to make someone else important to you and put that person's interests above your own. That is what mothers typically do for their children, what friends do for each other, what lasting marriages are made of. The Bible says: greater love has no one that this, that he lays down his life for a friend (John 15:13). That is true love in the most noble sense.
  • You'll hear as many (often contradictory) definitions of true love as you hear responses, but here's the definition that hits closest to home for me: being selfish on someone else's behalf. To be in true love is to be as protective of someone else's life and interests as one is of one's own. Consequently, it's quite a rare phenomenon indeed. I'll try to elucidate further by example: Love ("true" or otherwise) usually includes wanting to be near the object of one's affection, even when it's impossible or logically a bad idea to be so. In some cases, jealousy goes hand in hand with love, but other lovers never find it to be a problem. People in love are often in lust (i.e. they're physically attracted to each other), but love and lust can also occur independently. (Despite this, the word "love" is occasionally used to refer to lust without love; in some languages, the distinction is not clear.) Being in love frequently causes one to see the object of love through rose-colored glasses, or to find him or her more attractive, nicer, smarter, etc. than one would otherwise. Similarly, it's easier to forgive the actions of the object of one's love than it would be if anyone else had done the same thing. It's harder to refuse a request from someone one loves than it would be to refuse the same request from a different person. Freud suggests that anyone we truly love we also truly hate. The reason for this is that a beloved person has a power over the lover that no one else has (see previous paragraph). We recognize this power and resent it. Whether this is true for all or even most lovers cannot really be determined, both because an accurate poll would be effectively impossible and because the hatred that goes along with love is supposed to be purely subconscious. The easiest way to find out, of course, is to fall in love yourself and then discover that you can't articulate it either.
  • When you see each other and have a smile on your face, when your loved one makes a mistake and you can't get angry on him even when you try hard. When you think of spending every possible time with your loved one. This is true love.
  • Also, I would recommend a thorough study on the differences between "lust" and "love". Our society today seems to have misconceptions as to the 2 being interchangeable, with disastrous consequences in the institution of marriage.
  • Love is love. If you love someone, you love them. Simple as that. Just because the love you feel for a friend isn't as passionate as the sort of love you'd feel towards a spouse, does that make your love for your friend less "true" than your love for your spouse? If you mean, however, what is the purest, highest form of love, the answer is Charity. And no, I'm not talking about when you donate money to nonprofit organizations. I'm talking about Charity, the highest form of love, which requires absolutely no emotion on your part. Christians believe that Charity is the kind of love felt (for lack of a better word) by the angels, beings of pure spirit which are incapable of emotion (since emotion is of the body, and angels have no bodies). Charity is the kind of love you have when there's absolutely nothing in it for you; it is a love that comes from the intellect and not the emotions. When you forgive an enemy of his/her wrongdoings towards you, even if said enemy is not sorry, that is Charity. When you give your life for someone you don't even know, that is Charity. That, if it must be put that way, is the "true" form of love.
  • True love is when you are able to look at the persons' good and bad qualities day in and day out and still want to be with them, still want to have and hold a relationship with them. When you disagree, which happens in all healthy relationships, you manage to still find a part of you which has compassion for that person. It's when you love a person regardless of how they look when they wake up, even if they gain or lose a few or a lot of pounds. Love, in my opinion is a choice, we choose to love and choose not to love.
  • "True love" can and will differ from person to person based on emotional maturity. To know true love you not only must love in such a way that you would give your own life at the drop of a hat to save him/her, but you must be loved in return. If you get married to someone, and fifteen years later, you can still look them in the eye and feel the same you did on your first date, then it's true love. Like the below quote; a good way to know true love is to base it on how you feel for the last person you love romantically in your life. "We always believe that our first Love is our last, and our last Love is our first." George Whyte-Melville
  • When one is aware of shortcomings of the partner and yet accepts. When the ego does not come in between in differences and one would rather clear the air, or apologise and patch up, than break-up. When one 'desires' the partner inspite of not 'needing' or 'wanting' the other. When you 'chose' to be with him/ her inspite of other options - not bec there are no options ! When you give each other space and respect individuality. When you enjoy togetherness - talking or even silence - and tender touching. When you cant even think of hurting or insult the partners feeling. Thats true love. Maybe too idealistic ? ! And it may or may not mean that it is reciprocated. It could be unrequited for all you know. But yet the memories bring a spring to the step and a smile on your face. You never wish him/ her ill and would never harm in any way. These are just a few points which come to my mind but there is so much more n moren more. Like true love the topic is also 'endless'.
  • True Love is this: " I am always with you, even unto the end of time. Yet I will not impose My will on you--ever. I choose your highest good for you, but above that, I choose your will for you. And this is the surest measure of love. When I want for you what you want for you, then I truly love you. When I want for you what I want for you, then I am loving Me, through you. So, too, by the same measure, can you determine whether others love you, and whether you truly love others. For love chooses naught for itself, but only seeks to make possible the choices of the beloved other."
  • Letting me watch "the NFL" on sunday and not making me feel guilty about it. It's ok everyonce in awhile to leave-----------the toilet seat up. When the gas gauge in the car isn't on "E" When I Iron her clothes with starch. When there are no dishes in the sink when she gets home. Stocking the house with groceries before the weekend arrives. Hiring the boy next door to cut the grass. Taking care of the "dookie" diaper. Doing the laundry before I go to work. Never hearing: Not tonight----------I have a headache.
  • Any bond between two people requires sacrifice and compromise. True love is merely a bond between two people that requires no sacrifice and no compromise. Unfortunately this is highly improbable/impossible. I'm not going to say that it IS impossible nor possible. All one can do is try and find someone with thich one sacrifices and compromises the least.
  • It depends when I was asked, at 10 years of age, 20, 30, 40. In fact I am shocked and disgusted by one of my answers from back then. To make matters worse, I am not sure if my answer today is guaranteed to be better than past ones. If I answer you, it will be a scam.
  • Love is the choice for the good of another. If you love someone you will want to do what is best for them, to make them happy. You will strive to meet there needs even if it means sacrifice for you. There is nothing more wonderful than two people who are striving to fully meet each other's needs, willing to sacrifice their own wants and desires to fulfill the others. This is true love. It only works well when it is mutual.
  • True love is a feeling wherein you almost feel like giving everything to a certain person without expecting anything in return and always make sure that he/she is happy even if it means experiencing pain in letting him/her go.True love never dies, it is never selfish.It will never let him/her suffer or will do anything to keep him/her away from pain. True love means being able to spend time with that person no matter what.And last but not the least, true love always have faith.
  • Wow, there are so many answers that mine may not be as significant. Since love is an intangible and obscure existence... let me tell you what I think 'feels' like true love - I get choked up telling her how much I care about her. - I feel pain every time she hurts. - every couple I see reminds me of her. - everything I want to do I want to do with her. - I have a craving for something I crave it with with her. - it still excites me when she calls. - telling each other we love each other means more each time. - I know that I love her more now than I did yesterday. - I can be my absolute self with her and she can do the same. - her beauty in my eyes never fades. - we can disagree and compromise with each other. I can go on but then it'd be corny and even boring. More solid answers to that question: True love: is hard to find and painful to lose, can be the best thing that happens to you or the worst, can drive you crazy or keep you sane, can destroy lives or save them, can stop wars or start them, can clarify or confuse, pushes and pulls people away, obvious and subliminal, is impossible to define.
  • If true love could be described then it wouldn't be love.
  • When you pat your dog on the head and the dog licks you cheek. Thats love. When you hear a wonderful piece of music. Thats love. Theres the wonderful love of a beautiful maid or the love of a staunch true man but the Greatest love the lovesof loves is one drunken bum for another. Not my poem , and after thirty years I probably got it wrong.
  • Hello, Speaking from my own experience, being married 27 years, I can say 'yes' true love does exist. True love is more that an emotional feeling. Love is an action as well. 'Love is patient, love is kind, and it is not jealous; love is not arragant, and does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered, does not keep a record of wrongs. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things. Love encourages, and lifts up, builds up the other person. Love never fails. Now, what does this mean? This means, that after the honeymoon phase subsides, you have the rest of your lives together to work together, committed to one another, through good as well as the bad times. My husband and I are more in love today, than we were 30 years ago when we first met. We have a history together. A history full of good times, bad times, tragedy, loss, laughter, encouragement, trust, forgiveness, mercy and faith in each other. True love takes work, and committment, trusting in each other, believing in each other, encouraging each other. Being more than lovers, being each other's best friend. There are seasons in every relationship. Some seasons harder than others. One can only experience 'True Love' after years of staying together, working side by side, through the trials and tribulations, and celebrating all the wonderful times together. Cherishing one another, and being grateful.
  • True love is when you commit to someone without expecting something in return, where you don't even the if's. Love varies, ex: You can't love your parents the same way your love your significant other (b/f, g/f, husband, wife).
  • When you say to yourself: "If my spirit conjoined with another and together existed until the end of time, there is no other spirit I could be with than you, and it is an honor", you have found your true love. True love is the perfect match, it's DNA between two people that fit together like puzzle pieces, as if life itself is begging you to procreate and be bonded until death. You find your perfect match, you recognize it at the first touch, first sight. When you've found eachother, there's a familiarity, as if your atoms have already been at one at some point in space and time. Deep inside we all know what it is, and know that it exists somewhere. The difficult part is accepting it and persuing it, and not settling for less. True love is the song of life, the thing that makes life wish to continue. Since life is intimately bonded to the heartbeat of the universe, when we feel true love, we feel a sense of timelessness, of eternity. This is why true love is eternal. This is why when love is failed, the thought of the lack of it is what you are really feeling. This is why when you've found it, everything changes and life becomes clear, as if a veil is lifted, and its influence pushes all of your decisions in life afterwards, spreading to everyone you meet. This is the source of all religion, science, art. It's the understanding of true love translated into different forms.
  • "True love" is, first off, a redundant phrase, because if it isn't true, It cannot be love. Love (between two adults of different families) is a choice. It is best to make this choice consciously because you always get what you feel you deserve. Loving another person is freedom -- the freedom to be yourself and do what you enjoy without fear. Love is wings. It is not sacrifice, it is not compromise, it has nothing to do with a god. It is a willingness to join another human being in a commitment to become all that you wish to be and experience all that you have dreamed of and worked toward. Love does not ask that you abandon your principles or change yourself.
  • True: Proper alignment; the property possessed by something that is in correct or proper alignment. LOVE is not a feeling. Love is an action. Love is a choice. True Love is the action to choose unconditionally in the process of offering to another human being the qualities of: Affection, Care, Concern, Respect, Thoughtfulness, Forgiveness, Compassion, Trust, Joy and many other positive emotional expressions of value and worth toward ANY living being as being Loveable and valuable. Those values, expressed, also might include choices with regard to "tough love," which is also True Love. Some examples of choosing tough love (as an action and not a feeling) are: Turning a loved over to authorities when they commit a crime. Finding help for a loved one who has a severe drug addiction. Removing life support for a dying loved one. In every example, Love is an action through choice. Many humans mistake Love or True Love as being a series of emotions that equate to an intrinsic summation of justifiability. In so doing, the very foundation of any relationship is bound to fail when the expectation of the intrinsic value falls short of what was anticipated. Therefore, on the basis of a false pretense that True Love is anything other than a choice, an illusion is created. Thus, when True Love is literally the premise behind what IS true, the illusion can never be supported by what is false. True Love, therefore, IS an action and very much a choice.
  • Love is conceptualy different to everyone, but most universal is a mutual feeling and bond between individuals that supercede life itself. there is a difference between being able to live with some one and not being able to live without them.
  • There are three essential elements to true love, or consumate love. Intimacy, passion and commitment. Intimacy is the ability to share thoughts and feelings. Passion is sexual attraction and a healthy sex life. And commitment is 'being there' as in 'through sickness and health, rich and poor, etc'. You can still have just two of the three, and they are still love, but they are not considered consumate, but fall into other categories like 'platonic love', 'parental love', 'fire-and-ice', 'contractual love', where one of the three is missing. I've read that statistically we each only experience reciprocal consumate love at most a few times in life. By far most love we experience in life falls into the second group.
  • Love is love? If only we could answer all questions this way, life would be so much easier.
  • well, for me it is this: i was married to the most remarkable woman for 20 years. she really seems to have a special quality that almost everyone who comes into contact with her feels and sees... a benevolence of sorts. i love her still though we are divorced, but it isn't nor was it ever true love. on january 30, 2005 i found true love. at fifty and unmarried my very first child was born. the moment he was placed in my arms i felt completed in some unfathomable way. it felt as if i had found some connection with everything, that before i had lacked. now, as a single father i feel this almost daily when i hold my son... sometimes as tears of complete joy stream down my face, i know that i've finally found it - true love. i also believe that this love goes one way. in other words, you may love your parents as i do. but you will never love them in the same way they are capable of loving you...and on down the line true love travels...
  • i think love is when youre able to look at your partner in the eyes and tell them with all your heart "i love you"....when you wake up and all you think about is that one person...when daydream about the person, when you respect your partner for who she/he is, when youre able to work a relstionship in good and bad times...when your able to fight together...
  • True love is to love someone no matter how he/she looks like
  • When you the put the needs of another person above your own, to a certain degree in a romantic relationship. For instance, when you're married, putting your wife's needs about your own emotional needs is a true form of love. True love is selfless and giving as opposed to selfish. True love is Jesus dying for all of our sins and forgiving us for them. Bottom line: True love is giving and a self-less act.
  • Two people were asked the question: what is love? One was a poet who talked about the moon and midnight strolls and long loving looks and love songs, etc. The other was an older man who was a parent and said getting up at 3:00 in the night to tend to a sick child. I think I know who was right.
  • Wow.. there is alot of answers and viewpoints. In my life it has boiled down to ONE simple truth. LOVE is COMMITMENT pure and simple. All the other feelings that go along with it are nice, uplifting, etc. But all those feelings can be experienced when love doesn't have anything to do with it. The emotions are added frills. LOVE is COMMITMENT. Are you commited to this person to stand by them no matter what..? The feeling and emotion is NOT going to always be there OR will it always be the kind you want. You are going to experience worry, pain, betrayal, mistrust, and the list goes on and on. This person may at sometime ... may not be able to fulfill the physical (injury, sickness etc) But LOVE will be as strong as your commitment to each other. LUST on the other hand is ALL FEELING and NO commitment. LUST can kill you.. physically, emotionally and spiritually. I know I've been there too.
  • Willing to love someone more than u love yourself.
  • true love is blind leaves you vulnurable and hopeless. you only find your other half once someone rips it from you
  • the one you feel for your computer...
  • Trust me, when u find true love, you will know what it is. It isn't something someone can just explain 2 u. Its somethin you just feel and you just know it when its there. Thats what true love is
  • This is from a Christian's point of view, but it works for non-christians as well. In the book of Song of Songs (in the Bible) gives us a series of pictures of the raltionship between a man and woman - the joy, the struggle, the complexity. Why is it complex? Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you by the gazelles and by the does of the field: do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires. Song of Songs 2:7 (NIV) "Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires." It's almost as if she says, "You know, whatever this is, it's so good, it's so beautiful. And, we can't do anything to mess this up." In todays world do we really treat the concept of love the same way as the people in Songs of Songs? As this scared, beautiful and mysterious thing? What is love though? Song of Songs was originally written in the Hebrew language, which has at least three different words for our English word 'love.' The first word is "raya." Raya would be translated literally, as "friend," or a "companion," someone you hang out with. Another word for love is "ahava." Ahava is the love of the will. Now, this is way more profound then fleeting romantic feelings. This is much more than temporary urges. Ahava is making a decision to join your life to the life of another. this is an emotion that leads to commitment. The third word we find for love in Song of Songs is the word "dod." Dod is translated in English, literally, as to "carouse," to "rock" or to "fondle." Dod is the physical, sexual element to a relationship. So we have our raya flame, our ahava flame, and we have our dod flame. One flame burning all by itself will never be as hot as all the flames burning together. We were created for all the flames to burn as ONE. When you separate the flames, it can never really satisfy. It's like you're living outside of how God wired you to live. Do you really think it's possible to be completely satisfied without having all three flames burning? True sexuality is vast and mysterious. It involves all of you. You have a body, but you also have a soul and a spirit. And love is two people coming together and giving all of themselves to each other.... FOREVER Rob Bell
  • True love is a feeling its a direct communication from your soul/spirit.:)
  • Something that is not able to be told to you. It's something you yourself have to figure out on your own. No one can tell you if what you feel is love or not. No one can tell you this is HOW love is supposed to feel. Just know, that it's different than a crush or lust and it'll hit you in the side of a head like a brick.
  • Love is love. If you love someone, you love them. Simple as that. TRUE LOVE; is the same as love. Why people added true in front of it.. I don't know.
  • when you don't even ask yourself the question
  • When making them happy makes you happy.
  • giving you heart and all the love it contains with no strings attached
  • no matter what happens you will be togeather and work through it you can live without the other your only complete as a whole its hard to explain i have been married 24 yrs and we knew the night we met it was real
  • Research suggests it is a chemical condition (imbalance?) in the brain. There have been detected two kinds of romantic love. The first is akin to lust, and gets the relationship started, but is ineffective after about a year. In the female, it selects the rowdy, strong, vibrant, testosterony strapping male who is something of a bad boy image. When the year (or so) expires, the other love takes over, if the first has survived up to this point. In the female, it seeks a more stable male who will support the growing family (if the first male did his job).
  • I've never had it but I can't wait to find out how it feels
  • True love....well it's the thing that makes you feel so good inside. Yes i've found my true love but unfortunately I can't be with her. True love isn't only in couples...You can fall in love with someone you've gotten to know, it's just the fact of if the person makes you happy and you two share a strong bond.
  • True love for me is my bff Chris. Me and him were together for 2 yrs broke up cause we couldn't live together. But I can't see my life without him. I've moved on and so has he...but what we got I know its TRUE LOVE! I love ya homie!!!
  • Love is undescribeable. It's when you get shivers and butteflies when you see them and you start to stutter as they're walking towards you. It's when you make up your mind that you can't lose this person and that you'll be willing to do anything to stay with them forever.
  • When both people utterly sacrifice each other for themselves yet it's not a sacrifice to them.
  • Have not experienced it yet....So I could not tell you...=(
  • Total empathy, loyalty and trust
  • The happiness and well-being of your partner is more important than your own. You're willing to give up your own life to save theirs. Now...having said that... True Love to me would be BOTH of you feeling that way about each other.
  • When you both decide to create something together that will be with you for the rest of your life. Together molding and shaping this creation into a loving and giving and moral human being with dashes of each of your most perfect characteristics. And after all is said and done and loved and laughed and cried and gone...remembering when and why you first felt those flutters inside your heart...remembering why.
  • a feeling that is way stronger for another one and the ability to tell them anything u got good or bad and vice versa
  • Just last week I bought a second hand copy of The Faber Book of Love Poems edited by Jon Stallworthy. In his introduction he lists some answers that poets have given over the years: - What is Love? 'tis not hereafter. - Love is heaven, and heaven is love. - Love is a sickness full of woes. - Love is a constant or full constant light. - Love is not love which alters when its alteration finds. - Love is like linen often chang'd, the sweeter. Stallworthy then says: "The evidence of the poets is as conflicting as it is voluminous."
  • I think love is being able to sit with someone, not say a word, and be perfectly at ease. Love is being energized by the other person's presence in your life. Love is getting up at 4am to get them a glass of water when you know it's a lot colder OUTSIDE the sheets and you only have your undies on. Love is not being able to wait for them to get home again.
  • I think love is wanting happiness and wonderful things for your Other even more than wanting happiness and wonderful things for yourself.
  • "The word love has many different meanings in English, from something that gives a little pleasure ("I loved that meal") to something one would die for (patriotism, pair bonding). It can describe an intense feeling of affection, an emotion or an emotional state. In ordinary use, it usually refers to interpersonal love. Probably due to its psychological relevance, love is one of the most common themes in art and music. Just as there are many types of lovers, there are many kinds of love. Love is inherent in all human cultures. It is precisely these cultural differences that make any universal definition of love difficult to establish. See the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. One definition attempting to be universally applicable is Thomas Jay Oord's: to love is to act intentionally, in sympathetic response to others (including God), to promote overall well-being. This definition applies to the positive connotations of love. Expressions of love may include the love for a "soul" or mind, the love of laws and organizations, love for a body, love for nature, love of food, love of money, love for learning, love of power, love of fame, love for the respect of others, etcetera. Different people place varying degrees of importance on the kinds of love they receive. According to philosophers, the only goal of life is to be happy. And there is only one happiness in life: to love and be loved. Love is essentially an abstract concept, much easier to experience than to explain." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love
  • I never knew true love untill I accepted Jesus Christ into my heart.
  • IDK. that wasnt helpful. I guess its kinda what EaglesWings777 said. When i "met" God, It helped. But to love a woman. IDK lol
  • Being yourself, flaws and all, and knowing that someone will love you regardless. Thus far, I have only found that love in my best friends and my family. From experience those are the people that will always love you unconditionally.
  • The truest love is self love, without it one is incapable of truly knowing ones self, and therefore incapable of love.
  • True love is the most noble cause of all. There's nothing more better ... except maybe a Mutton, Lettce and Tomato sandwich, where the mutton is sliced nice and lean ... (Please don't DR me if you don't know what movie I'm quoting)
  • true love doesnt exist. however you can be happy with one person for a very long time and compadable. there for what has been known as true love is felt for a passing time. people fall in-and-out of love constantly. its how you feel in one given moment that makes love, love... your highest natural feeling.
  • True love is not a concept that is understandable. It is not based on anything but a genuine sense of self-awareness between people who are authentic and free from mind-projections. Does dreaming about the future get you where you want to be and guarantee stability of the relationship? Dream and desire do not equal true love. This moment, the feeling when you are in the presence of each other, and the ability to remain still with yourself is true love. You can only feel it. You can try to express it, but the words will not make it so. It just is.
  • True love is simple, love is not.
  • <from a girl's point of view> True love is never letting him down. True love is being in that place you hate just because he is. True love is loving and understanding his every flaw. True love is living for him and being willing to die for him. True love is doing anything possible to keep him happy. True love is not caring what kind of clothing he wears. Truelove is not caring what other people think of him. True love is caring only WHAT IS IN HIS HEART.
  • love can never be seen but it can felt and true love is the feeling of sharing caring and loving the person you love. people who can make you laugh when it seems the world is crashing on your shoulder .the person who,no matter what you do,will always stick by you. basically ,someone who understands and cares about you and give you the world to be with you. someone accepts you as who you are, who tries to make you feel better about yourself,someone who can depend on ,who will be always there no matter what.someone can compeletes you. true love makes you feel loved very single day,regardless of flights or arguement .you can see beauty within, and your heart and theirs beat together.
  • being able to truely be yourself, being able to wake up and kiss eachother with morning breath, being able to look past the imperfections and still think their perfect, being able to say nothing and still have an amazing conversation :) to name a few...
  • turn your caps off!
  • Wow, what a question! The only way I can answer is that, when I'm in love, the woman I'm with is both the most beautiful, the most sexy and the most wonderful thing I have ever known. I think about her all the time and would do anything to protect her and make her happy. She's my best friend and my passionate lover all rolled into one. That's the best way I can express it!
  • true love s love with out any conditions
  • Something I'll never find
  • True love is unconditional! it's speechless!!
  • over rated
  • like the ocean, full of conflict full of change. Like a fire when it's cold out side or thunder when it rains. But in those times of trouble when you are most alone, the memory of love will bring you home.
  • Unfair
  • frustrating
  • "love is never unsure".-Madea's family reunion.
  • love is the evolution of the awareness of beauty.
  • Like a Butterfly:)
  • Wow, this question changed radically.
  • totally ignoring me!!!!!!!!!!
  • ...never having to say, "How was it?"
  • love is lost. love is pain. love is weird. love is...
  • 4Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
  • ... A laugh even though you had the worst day of your life. A smile, even though everything comes crashing down. Peace, in a world of chaos. Warm from the chill of man's need to reject. Safety in a world where everything can harm you. Comfort in a very difficult situation. Love... the reason for waking up each morning.
  • a battlefield
  • S*it and magnificent!
  • My Wife
  • when you love them and they love you back just as much. *sigh*
  • True Love = Jenn + Ryan
  • Love is when you can look at someone and their flaws and take it. Love is my Great grandfather and great grandmother fighting like crazy while they clean each other's ears out. Love it a mom who allows her child to blow thier nose in her sleeve so that snot isnt running everywhere. Love is my grandmother coming to the scene when I wrecked her car and telling me she can replace the car but not me. Love is when someone drives an hour to see you just because they know you are having a bad day. What is true love? True love is the same as breathing. It isnt forced, and it is really difficult to live without. It is the little things you do for someone not out of wanting to impress them but because you simply want them to smile.
  • GOD with the people and mother with her children.
  • When you are willing to let him/her for the sake of his/her happiness even though your gonna get hurt emotionally
  • A beautiful feeling
  • $50 a pop, $500 for the whole night

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