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Friday, February 13, 2009

Make Someone Fall In Love With You

Make Someone Fall In Love With You



(Photo: Flickr.com by zenga) The saddest part of being lonely or having no one to share your life with is not the thought of being alone but to the fact that, although, there are billions of people in the world, nobody even dared to stand up and fight just to be with you.

Sad, isn’t it? But what is love? Defining love will depend on the context. But the best definition for me can be found in the Bible, 1 Corinthians 13:4:

Love is patient; love is kind and envies no one.Love is never boastful, nor
conceited, nor rude;never selfish, not quick to take offense.There is nothing
love cannot face;there is no limit to its faith,its hope, and endurance.In a
word, there are three thingsthat last forever: faith, hope, and love;but the
greatest of them all is love.

Who (or what) controls love?

Love or our emotions, in general, are being controlled by our limbic system, ergo our brain and not our heart controls love. So it's not right to say, "I love you from the bottom of my heart," instead "I love you from the bottom of my limbic system."

But how to make someone fall in love with you? My love advice is "simple." It's like achieving your dreams. You just have to go for it and make love happen, even if it would mean stealing it. (Don't take this seriously though.)

Happy Heart's Day everyone.


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3 comments:

I like this image. Very sentimental

You will be surprised when you share your love freely, you will reap abundant love. The sad fact is that many love sparingly, and sometime don't get what they desire. Love is not necessarily reciprocal. Love is that inner beauty (1 Cor 13:4) that sows tender loving care for everyone. When love is in the air, you will enjoy your abundant love. God bless.

@roentarre... Yes, I like it too.
@yeokeehui... I agree.

Ty for dropping by.

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