34 responses to “Love is…

  1. Yes! The most beautiful feeling is to just savor that special connection between two people who love and are friends with each other, whenever…. wherever…..

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  3. Maybe that’s why my husband and I have a hard time figuring out what to do on our free time… we just don”t care, we’re already together so that’s fine enough. 🙂

  4. So that’s why i’m in love with my family and my close friends because i feel happy beside them whether we have a non-stoppable conversation or just silence. 🙂

  5. Funny, I recently wrote about just that “love”. It’s important to note that when we love ourselves first, then the ability to really love others just because – comes natural, no need for trips, distractions/temptations, just being together is simply enough ~

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  7. Reblogged this on foryourscreen and commented:
    A couple of days ago I wrote a blog titled What is Love?
    I wrote in a Christian stand point that, Love is Pain and Forgiveness together. That is what our God has taught us. But i would like to add that God gave us the ability to Love others, friends family and that special other cause Love really is felt when you feel happier than no one else cause that special person is right besides you. God created humans so that we can rejoice in each others presence while we serve him. You know its love when no interaction needs to be made and you can’t be any happier since that person is there. Love is Pain and Forgiveness, but it is also the enjoyment of being with one another.

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