Maybe we can discuss something that doesn't invite such conflict...like love. What defines love? Is there such a thing as love at first sight? Do soul mates exist? Can you be soul mates with someone of the same sex and still be heterosexual? Can you control who you fall in love with or is love a choice? When is love ever wrong?
Answer by pammomof9 at 12:49 AM on Sep. 24, 2009
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Answer by jillisue808 at 9:55 AM on Sep. 24, 2009
I believe in the beginning any one of us can convince ourselves we are in love. Eventually that new mushy feeling wears off and reality sets in. I think real love...committed love takes many qualities. Trust, dedication, respect, communication. I think when it comes to true love it is more about friendship and the desire or need to be with that person always, and sex is a small part of that kind of love. I think to older we become, the more important that respect and friendship becomes. I imagine it as if two people are trees planted next to each other. Your roots become so entangled with the others you do not know where you end and they begin. You cannot imagine living without them. Romantic love tends to fade...but true love then takes over, if you are willing to let it. My grandparents have been married 68yrs. I walked passed their room and he was brushing her hair...to me that is true love! ♥♥♥
Answer by salexander at 10:39 AM on Sep. 24, 2009
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