What is Love ?

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Posted Thu 28th March, 2013 @ 11:30 by Callum Galluzzo

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The meaning of love changes with each different relationship and depends more on its concept of depth, versatility, and complexity. Love can take many forms. At the lowest level it is chemistry and biology which explain love as a powerful neurological condition like hunger or thirst, only more permanent. Biology says that it is nothing but the play of hormones. When a man and women are attracted towards each other, they think they are falling in love but what if some hormones are playing inside them and this is not love but mere attraction. This is pure chemistry; at the lowest point it is not more than that. But how can we explain man love for music or painting. This is surely not hormonal. This is not Chemistry. Van Gogh, a painter, sacrificed his life for Love of painting. This is something higher than chemistry, higher than hormonal. But there is still a higher level; the love of Buddha, the love of Jesus, the love of Krishna. Now love has taken completely different form. Buddha loves everyone, because he has too much to share it. He is burdened by the love released in him; the love has to be shared with the trees, with the birds, with people, with animals, with whosoever comes by.

This is an EXcerpt from...http://www.seekersdiary.com/what-is-love/

Answered Thu 28th March, 2013 @ 15:18 by Puneet
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baby don't hurt me,no more (8)

Answered Tue 30th April, 2013 @ 12:52 by james
Edited by james on Tue 30th April, 2013 @ 12:53