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quote:Originally posted by lightarrowquote:Originally posted by moonfire...The moment you see through your idealized projection is the moment you begin to see your loved one as he or she truly is...I don't agree. I accept the fact that the way we see another person can change, you could say "it evolves". But we can never see how our loved one really is. Objectivity doesn't apply here.
quote:Originally posted by moonfire...The moment you see through your idealized projection is the moment you begin to see your loved one as he or she truly is...
quote:Originally posted by thayolove is bidirectional feature of a living being as the real love is seen when there is reciprocation of love
quote:Originally posted by thayoLoretta, human beings could changed but the environment where geniune love prevails, it stands to be invulnerable, appreciate this with melets keep trying the untried since the birth of science innovations have been like toy but their impacts have rocked the world
quote:Originally posted by Karen W.Did I offend you K? I hope not. Sorry more then you wanted to know?Karen
quote:Originally posted by bostjanThe Greeks had it a lot clearer than we did, with 'eros' - sexual love, 'philos' - virtuous love (like for friends or brothers), 'storge' - family love (like parents and children), and 'agape' - unconditional love.
quote:Chemically, love is identified, sometimes, as vassopressin (Cys-Tyr-Phe-Gln-Asn-Cys-Pro-Arg-Gly-NH2), a protein found in mamals that dictates monogomy in social relationships and makes your kidneys hold back water out of urine. ?