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What is Love?
Each person understands love in different ways, and we all have our own feelings towards love. Love is a magnificent thing. Love
, in a sense, is exactly like pizza Love is the anticipation you feel right before it arrives, the ecstasy you feel as it hits you, and the desolation you feel once it's gone.
History of Love
When have you ever had of Love? Who is love? We all wish to have the answer to one of the most universal, mysterious, and all-permeating phenomena on this planet. And even if we perhaps have a special touch and instinctive insight that love “
is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things,” as Waldo Tobler.
History of Love narrated through Love. The stories of lovers who had
belief in each other and their love even if the whole world was against them still inspire, make us sad. A closer investigation of the greatest love stories in history reveals that many of the most famous lovers met a disastrous end. They did, however, show us that true love is stronger than any other thing in the world. In addition, it is the love that they had we are all hopping to find it sometime obviously, with a glad ending. Below are some of the stories.
History of Love narrated through Love. The stories of lovers who had
Romeo and Juliet
|Romeo and Juliet|
Undoubtedly, the celebrated English poet and playwright William Shakespeare wrote the most famous love story of all time in the 1590s. Shakespeare’s story of the tragic love between Romeo and Juliet
probably based on Arthur Brooke’s poem .The story reveals a major influence of ancient tragic love stories, most notably of the Roman story of Pyramus and Thisbe whose families despise each other and prevent the lovers to be together. Just like Pyramus kills himself, falsely believing that Thisbe is dead, Romeo also commits suicide for mistakenly believing that Juliet is dead. Thisbe follows her lover in death upon discovering his dead body, which is exactly what Juliet does when she finds Romeo dead. Both Thisbe and Juliet stab themselves but Romeo, unlike Pyreus who stabs himself with his sword, drinks a poison.
Napoleon and Josephine
|Napoleon & Josephine|
The relationship between Napoleon and Josephine, a six years older widow with two children was turbulent from the very start. Only two days after their wedding day, Napoleon left on a military campaign in Italy. Josephine who stayed behind in Paris soon started an affair with Lieutenant Hippolyte Charles.
Napoleon was infuriated when he found out about his wife’s infidelity and soon started an affair on his own. No further Josephine’s affairs were recorded but Napoleon’s love for Josephine was no longer the same. In addition, when it became clear that Josephine is unable to have children, Napoleon decided to divorce her. He thereafter married Marie-Louise of Austria who gave birth to the long-awaited heir. However, despite Josephine’s infidelity, divorce and remarriage, Napoleon’s last words were said to be “France, the Army, the Head of the Army, Josephine.”
Paris and Helen
|Paris and Helen|
According to Greek mythology, the love between Paris and Helen provoked the downfall of Troy. The story begins with the Trojan prince Paris being chosen to decide which of three goddesses
– Hera, Athena and Aphrodite – is the fairest. He chose Aphrodite because in return she promised him the most beautiful woman in the world. In addition, the most beautiful woman was Helen of Sparta who, however, was married to King Menelaus. A few years later, Paris went to Sparta and took Helen to Troy by which he triggered the Trojan War. Paris was mortally wounded during the fall of Troy, while Helen returned to her husband in Sparta.
We think life is strong and love is fragile, but it is really the other way around. Life hangs by a string and love holds the Universe together. Through my research, and according to the above interesting love historical stories, I say that Love makes up life.
What makes up Love to be Unique?
|Characteristics of Love|
1. Love means saying goodbye to expectations.
Sure, we all want people to behave the way we want them to. We want them to be more affectionate. Or more outgoing. Or smarter. Or more ambitious.
these things are expectations. Expectations are just your requirements for
“acceptability” of loving someone. But true love has no expectations. It simply
loves “as is.”
2. Love doesn’t play the victim role or blame others.
Love doesn’t think others are “out to get them.” Love doesn’t think their loved ones are wrong. Love works together. It takes responsibility. It forgives and allows other people’s actions to be their journey. Love doesn’t take things personally.
3. Love includes letting go.
Love doesn’t equal possession. Just as the saying goes, “If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it’s yours. If it doesn’t, then it never was.” There is truth to that. Love allows people their freedom. It doesn’t hold tightly and crush their wings in
attempt to keep them. True love doesn’t want
to possess. It is willing to set you free if you want to be.
4. Love doesn’t require you to continue a relationship.
You may love someone very much, but you may not be compatible with them. Or they may drive you crazy with their continued disregard for your feelings. You can still love them, but that doesn’t mean you have to be with them. Love doesn’t mean that you have to
stay, and stay and stay. You can leave the
relationship and love them anyway.
5. Love has no room for jealousy.
Like possession, jealousy doesn’t equal love. We think
that if we’re not
jealous of our loved ones that it means that we don’t love them. True love has
confidence in the quality of the relationship. It knows that the other person
is happy and content coming back to you and only you.
6. Love is the absence of fear.
You can put all emotions on a continuum. On one end, you have love. Then appreciation. After that, it’s joy, happiness, contentment and satisfaction. On the opposite end of the continuum of love is fear. Other fear-based emotions include hatred, insecurity, jealousy or greed.
is not needing, but wanting.
of the things we try to teach kids is that there is a clear difference
between a want and a need. Needing someone is a feeling based in fear. You fear
that you can’t live without them, so you need them. And remember, fear is the
opposite of love. Wanting someone in your life gives them the freedom to leave,
but still shows them you love them.
8. Love is an action, not just a feeling.
tend to be addicted to intense emotion — especially when it feels good.
So, when we’re in love, we want to feel that way forever. But guess what? That
higher than “Cloud 9” feeling goes away after a while. That doesn’t mean you
don’t love the other person anymore, it just means that it’s not new anymore.
So that’s where the action needs to kick in. Show the person you love them.
Don’t just assume they know.
9. Love is unconditional.
The word “unconditional” means that there are no expectations or limitations set. To love unconditionally is a difficult thing, and most humans aren’t good at that. But true love really
does love without trying to change the other
10. Love means putting other people’s needs equal to — or before — your own.
While people may be inherently selfish for survival
purposes, this does not
serve us well in relationships. If you don’t put other people’s needs at least
equal to your own, they will grow resentful. Real love truly, genuinely cares
about other people’s happiness and will go to great lengths to make people feel
11. Love is the highest vibration emotion that there is.
Science has proven that emotions like love and fear have very different vibrations. They can
actually measure them. Love vibrates very fast, whereas
fear-based emotions (think jealousy, possessiveness, hatred, greed, etc.)
vibrate very slowly. When you love completely and unconditionally, there is no
fear involved. The vibrations of love make you feel good at all times.
12. Love requires attention.
Love doesn’t ignore. It doesn’t look the other way. It wants to be present and be together. When people are in love, sometimes they think
that they don’t have
to “do any more work.” But real love actually enjoys giving attention to
another person. It feels good, and doesn’t see giving attention to another
person as a chore.
13. Love understands and accepts differences.
Let’s face it: We’re all different. Even identical twins aren’t exactly the same. They have different experiences and outlooks about the world. Real love doesn’t make other people wrong for being different. When people truly love another person, they accept their differences.
14. Love varies in how it
is expressed and accepted.
What makes us “feel loved” varies. In the book The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman, he explains the different ways people give and receive love: (1) Words (2) Acts of Service, (3) Giving Gifts, (4) Spending Time Together and (5) Touch. It’s important to discover other people’s love language so you can understand each other and give love in a way that the other person recognizes it.
15. Love makes you feel good, not bad.
Many people confuse being in a relationship with love. Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean there is true love present. If there is jealousy, possessiveness, constant fighting, abuse (verbal, emotional or physical), that is not love. Refer back to #6. Those are fear-based emotions and actions.
16. Love has empathy.
Empathy is the ability to put yourself into another person’s shoes and see a situation from his/her point of view. Love has
deep empathy. “When you hurt, I
hurt.” People who truly love one another don’t want to hurt them. They want
them to feel good. They care about their feelings and try everything they can
to make them feel valued and worthy.
Remember, love is happiness, appreciation and feeling good. Anything other than that is not love. If we all loved one another as ourselves, the world would be a better place
17. Love is physically addictive.
Falling in love activates areas in the brain that scientists have also found activated in the brains of cocaine addicts can cause “aggression and territorial behavior.” So that's why falling in love feels so wonderful, and why you'll lose it if someone tries to make moves on your boo.
18. You get sweaty palms and a fluttering heart.
is increased blood flow to the
brain's pleasure center when you develop an attraction to someone new,
19. Butterflies in your stomach, for real.
The sensation that we call “butterflies in our stomach”
is based in reality. Falling in love releases oxytocin, creating
feelings of happiness, but it also releases cortisol, or “the stress hormone.”
Romance is emotional, confusing, and stressful.
20. Your lover can help calm the stress, though.
The good news is that once you and your dream lover
start kissing, some of that stress will be reduced! When you
21. You become obsessed with your love interest.
Marazziti, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Laboratory of
Psychopharmacology at the University of Pisa,
22. There's a reason your
crush got you looking' so crazy right now.
We've talked about which regions of the brain become hyperactive when finding that special someone, but which parts of the brain deactivate? Semir Zeki of University College London and, again, Dr. Helen Fisher from Rutgers University's Department of Anthropology
scans to observe the brains of smitten persons,
23. The eyes have it.
When you stare at the one you romantically desire, your pupils dilate. All the excitement and nervousness leads to
causing pupils to grow lager.,
24. Love conquers all
(or at least helps your headaches)
Since the increased levels of oxytocin in your system reduce stress, romance may lessen the frequency of headaches and migraines! See,
all of the butterflies, nervousness, and anxiety are totally
worth it in the end!
Types of Love
The ancient Greeks studied love and classified them into eight different types. So, let’s
take a look at the different types of love so you can better understand your own relationships.
Eros — Romanic Love.
Eros is named after the Greek god of love and fertility. Therefore, it is usually associated with romantic, passionate, and physical love. It is an expression of sexual passion and desire.
Philia — Affectionate Love. The Greeks defined this kind of love as “affectionate love.”
In other words, it is the kind of love that you feel for your friends.
Effects of Love. Your feelings, emotions, and relationships all have a big effect on your physical health.
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