Ah, Valentine’s Day! Let’s talk about love. No, not fireworks and roses and cuddles-till-you-die love. The most important one: the love you choose on a day to day basis.
Science, Books and Silly Things
For a person who doesn’t know romantic love at all I surely write a lot about it… I tried to prepare myself to write this with my romantic playlist.
Yes, this is an Anna and the French Kiss quote. It’s one of my favorite romantic books and Etienne St. Clair is one of the main reasons I have so many unrealistic expectations.
But then again, it’s Valentine’s Day! My Uni’s celebration was last Thursday, so everyone had it in mind –including my professors. You could feel the love in the air… or at least the smell of the roses and chocolate people were giving each other because they think they are in love.
Something like this?
My professor said something about this. Being in love isn’t the same thing than actually loving someone. Loving is a choice. You will eventually lose those neurotransmitters that made you attracted to the…
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Love is a choice, not a feeling. YES! When I talk about this to Christians, I like to point out when Jesus said “there is no greater love than this: that a man lay down his life for his friends.” Not “that he FEEL” or that “he WANT to lay down his life,” but that he do it. Love is actions, not emotions.
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