debussygirl wrote:I thought about this today at school, and I think I have the perfect example that true love exists.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan, among the truest, real-life true loves out there. First off, my history teacher had a student who's uncle worked in the Secret Service since the '70s and he said that President Reagan was the most faithful president to his spouse that he had worked for. Now, that alone may not say much, but President Reagan got Alzheimer's and at the end of his life didn't know who anyone was. But Mrs. Reagan stayed by his side, and right before President Reagan passed on, he looked around the room at all of his family, but his eyes stopped at his wife and his face lit up in acknowledgment of who she was and how much he loved her. Even with his mind being riddled with that disease and with everything he forgot--even his own children--he still remembered Nancy and everything that she meant to him.
Having a couple like that, how can anyone deny the existence of true love?
Romeo and Juliet was written hundreds of years ago - so it can't just be some recent thing that people make movies out of. It must exist to be able to write about it.. you can't just make this stuff up. And it's something we all want. We're born to want.. and need it. It's in our blood and soul to want it.
We didn't get a chance to share our beliefs on other peoples topics in class too much (and I really didn't know the guy), but I was just curious wondering about certain unique single people situations (once again, this doesn't even come close to applying to many single people at all..it's just a thought). Does true love always have to apply to a person? If say someone falls in love with something that isn't too healthy for them (not a person)...is it true love? Or, does true love have to be something expressed between two individuals? Also, can a person that has been damaged into believing that true love doesn't exist (dumped by someone that they believed they shared true love with)...a) can they still look for the same "true love" again AND b) since they already know the pain associated with the search, does that change their definition of true love indefinitely???
The Architect wrote:True Love does not exist, its just a bunch of fancifull arts students daydreaming over something that can never exist.
No one will ever love you unquestionably and be undeniably yours forever, love is an action as long as you keep acting love out you will love the person. But once you stop acting out love, you will notice you just dont care about that person.
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