|For some, Love is the sound of trumpets and saxophone you hear on that special person's arrival ; for others its a drug...you're addicted to it.For some, it is a lifelong commitement ; for others its a momentary companionship.For some, Love is a need ; for others it is a want...a desire.
But to fall in love you need to look for the first basic question.
"what is my definition of love?"
I ,hereby, with all due respect and courtesy present to you
THE MANUAL TO FALL IN LOVEActually no one needs a license to love...love is a dark night where faith is a prime requisite.A person who flinches from taking risks is doubtful and there is no room for doubt in love.Many of us plunge into it with the hope of all being well forever and usuallyare confronted with pain,loss and disappointement.I am no different,but things change when you follow the guiding light...the light of true love.
To fall in love we need to tackle a question -"What is my definition of love?"
I read something about love in a women's magazine,it said-"Love is like Chicken pox, every one catches it atleast once in a lifetime" I know it sounds childish and immature.But it the greatest achievement to define love.There are no points attached to it such that a wrong or innacurate defination would fail you nor it is a million dollar question.It is very important to define love,maybe not in as organised as a oute or a sentence but in points.When you define love you assess your desires and expectations from it.For some love is a healer, for others its happiness.
I believe every one at some point of time must rach her brains a define love,let it be as creepy as the prior mentioned.
For me"Love is looking at an imperfect person perfectly"
STEP 2: What are the elements of love??? Or What does love comprise of???
Love has three constituent units:
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