Quotes Love Biography
There are more kinds of love than there are people. Unfortunately, though, there are fewer kinds of love than the number of people, squared.
Love is never having to say you're sorry.
Love is having to say you're sorry every five minutes. -- JohnLennon
This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers.
True love is eternal and unconditional, not something you can turn on and off as you so desire.
as yes is to if, love is to yes -- EdwardEstlinCummings
Love is when you catch your breath at the sight of your girlfriend's little pink case that her pills come in. -- PhlIp
Love is a spiffy way to cause the parents to remain together long enough to raise a child. Or so one hopes.
"I love you, but I hate you." -- MisterSpock "But we are exactly the same." -- RobotChicks "That is why
I love you, but I hate you." -- MisterSpock
Love is the April sun on the blossoming rose. -- Anonymous
Love is a hot ass in a tight pair of jeans. -- Anonymous
"LOVE is the sensational feeing for one" -- Anonymous "LOVE is the girl that sits across from you at spanish" -- Anonymous "LOVE is when your with your love one an then meet your soulmate then give her the finger" -- Anonymous
A form of pair-bonding in humans similar to imprinting in lesser animals. Effects can persist for a long time despite the conspicuous absence of reward.
That Love is all there is,/ Is all we know of Love; -- EmilyDickinson
Love is the happy side of needing. -- WaldenMathews
Love is the emotional pleasure we gain from the virtue we perceive in others.
Hold Love as important and most everything else will sort itself out.
Love is one of the four projections of the force of life. -- HelmutLeitner
Love is the universal force that makes compatible, what is incompatible. -- FridemarPache
Love is a lousy tennis score.
Love is the difference between you and me and us.
The GreekLanguage? has four different words for love to cover different aspects, including (but obviously not limited to) love suited to physical attraction, and love suited to family ties. Hazy memory: eros is physical attraction; philia is friendship; storge is affection; agape is what St Paul was writing about in 1 Corinthians 13 (see above). (See also: The Four Loves, by CsLewis.)
The fact that we can gloss the four Greek words goes to show that English has several different words for love as well. It might be more accurate to say that Bible translators have used the same
English words for these four Greek words. Though this was not always the case (cf faith hope and charity becoming faith hope and love in the newer translations.)
Love is illusion ...but it controls the world.........samarthan bidari
Love is when you need someone to be a part of your life, even when they are boring and dumb and rude, because you know they will again have one of those moments where they shine and that light is what you need to survive.
Love has much to do with hope and being willing to forsake some of yourself to be their sole partner. TMR correctly envisions our ideal person. We may look for someone who is a perfect match but one hopes to remember that we should seek for and BE some such perfect puzzle piece yet stay pliable enough to be selfless in our actions. Love is a form of worship is it not?