What is Love?(Baby Don’t Hurt Me)
Love is defined as a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. For some people, love is complete devotion and endless infatuation. For others love is a temporary feeling that will disappear in time. Some people say love is once-in-a lifetime and others think that after one love ends, another comes. Love requires communication, commitment, and compassion. The more you try and find a definition for love, the more confused you get with all the meanings you find from different people around them. As soon as you think you are close to the true meaning of love, you come to realize that the definition of love is unique to one another. Love requires commitment. Without commitment, your love will not be able to grow. Commitment is a risk one has to be willing to take and accept the possibility of disappointment or emotional pain. Although commitment is demanding and a lot of hard work, being committed to someone can be very rewarding. Love also requires communication. Being able to communicate your feelings to someone is extremely important. You have to be willing to share your experiences, feelings, and downfalls with another. It helps a relationship to be able to explain how you are feeling to another. Communicating well with someone also helps to be open and honest with that person and encourages him or her to be involved in the relationship and to really get to know who one is as a person. Finally love is having compassion. Compassion is being able to care about another person’s feelings. It requires being able to understand and to listen to another’s needs. There are other things that you could say make love up, these are just the 3 major things. Some people say that love is once-in-a lifetime; however, I disagree. I believe when one love ends another comes. Love is something that takes time. So if one love is lost; finding another will not happen right away. You have to want to love someone in order to love...
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