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    Okay...teach me about love.

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    Seriously...from a man's point of view. I am passionately interested in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true-eurt View Post
    Seriously...from a man's point of view. I am passionately interested in it.
    In spite of what our pop culture maintains, that's a deep & complex question. I wouldn't know where to begin.

    I know you don't want to limit the responses, but perhaps you could start the volleying with a specific question, and then folks will jump in and the conversation will meander...

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    Okay....I'll start with a simple question.

    Define what love is to you...when you say you love your wife...what does that mean to you as a man, because I know that sometimes men and women perceive love differently.








    Is that a meandering provoking specific, that embraces an in-depth kaleidoscope of intertwining confusion...?

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    There aint no actual teaching about such things....if you over analyze, it doesn't work. I love boobies...that don't make it love. Drinking beers with your wife, and actually enjoying the time together...that's love. We are friends first....
    Honey Badger is badass...he don't give a shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true-eurt View Post
    Is that a meandering provoking specific, that embraces an in-depth kaleidoscope of intertwining confusion...?
    I guess I shouldn't be so flippant and be a bit more serious about this..since I did say I was serious to learn...I just find myself getting that way when it comes to the subject of love...so bear with me as I stop the hysterical laughter and put on a solemn face.......damn, here I go again....sorry...



    Okay..I'm in control of myself now...please continue...someone...please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogman View Post
    There aint no actual teaching about such things....if you over analyze, it doesn't work. I love boobies...that don't make it love. Drinking beers with your wife, and actually enjoying the time together...that's love. We are friends first....
    Hi Dog...thanks for the input. I like that part of it...in the bold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true-eurt View Post
    Hi Dog...thanks for the input. I like that part of it...in the bold.
    Yoy=u have to actually like to get along with someone....
    Honey Badger is badass...he don't give a shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true-eurt View Post
    Okay....I'll start with a simple question.

    Define what love is to you...when you say you love your wife...what does that mean to you as a man, because I know that sometimes men and women perceive love differently.








    Is that a meandering provoking specific, that embraces an in-depth kaleidoscope of intertwining confusion...?
    Don't get me started, I'll go emo on all of you

    Seriously though, I have some totally mental perception of what love is. When I *am* in love (which is once too often) - than other person becomes the sun for me that I turn around 24/7. I start making drawings/paintings of them, writing 489-pages letters to them about how I feel, but I get it so strong at times I feel my head is going up the skies and stays there for hours. Not even WEED gives me that high

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mish View Post
    Don't get me started, I'll go emo on all of you

    Seriously though, I have some totally mental perception of what love is. When I *am* in love (which is once too often) - than other person becomes the sun for me that I turn around 24/7. I start making drawings/paintings of them, writing 489-pages letters to them about how I feel, but I get it so strong at times I feel my head is going up the skies and stays there for hours. Not even WEED gives me that high
    I know that feeling. And I love to have it--I'm a good old fashioned romantic. But that feeling fades. It comes and goes. That's where a lot of relationships/marriages end: "I fell out of love."

    Love means I humble myself and continue to adore her when it doesn't give me warm fuzzies--bet because it's what she needs and deserves, regardless of how it makes me feel at the moment.

    The cool thing is that the emotional swirl of "being in love" does return. And it's made deeper and stronger by each season of loving out of commitment rather than just feeling.

    It's a yin and yang thing. The "in love" thing is worth fighting for. Hell, it's worth dying for! But it can often only be renewed by continuing to love in its absence.

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    It was said so well that in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make.
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