Recently my sisters and I have sat down over a cup of tea and reflect on our lives. We recalled the love of our parents, the Lord and then our partners. How do we know we really love someone or something.
There are many kind of love that we have heard of these days. A parents love, sister or brotherly love, loving your dog/pet, loving your neighbour, loving your enemies and God's love for us.
What is love? Is it a feeling or were we born with it? Why do we use love in every sentence when we describe something that is precious or important to us. If we say that we love watching rugby and eating McDonalds but we also tell our loved ones that we love them is it still the same? Do we love them the same way we love eating burgers and fries?
So what do you think?
Ia manuia tele le mamalu o le au faitau.
Yeah whats love? Good question!
In the relationsphere love can be identified when your relation is over because of the fact that 2 people live too far from eachother and thats why these peolpe cant see eachother that often, but still loving eachother. After this kinda break you will be faced with the fact that your life is empty with the one you used to love. It gives a feeling that says; You really liked here but its not the one.Its maybe for the better if everything goes the way it goes. If we talk about the one(the perfect guy/girl) then you will see eachother so likely that you will do everything to be in her/his presence.
And abou the mcdonalds thing I like it too but I`m not lovin it! LOL!!
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To me the meaning of LOVE is all the same in all relationships (Parents
If you think about love it also has a lot of pain and sacrifices as well as Joy.The pain has been overdramartic with this good affection as in misinterpreted in some other's defintition of love being passion, desire and pleasure.
I can't extend with word how I feel what Love is but 'm sure you know where I'm coming from.
Faafetai mo le avanoa, Faafetai Lava ua le fai topic ma le Webmaster, faatulou atu lou faasamoa i le lelei.Ua pepe o isi upu ua sese.
MALiE wrote:alofa is described in many upu's..like:-commitment-trust-faithfulness-careit all describes the word alofa..its just that...you have to put it into actions..:)
alofa is described in many upu's..like:-commitment-trust-faithfulness-careit all describes the word alofa..its just that...you have to put it into actions..:)