DudeRocksTheTwilight wrote:I do NOT believe in true love.
Sorry to squash those who do, but I truly do not.
Everyone has those experiences, when you're with someone, and you say, "They are the one." I have said that multiple times, and it never worked out.
The only true love I have heard of has been in books, magazines, movies, TV shows, etc.
You don't see someone and instantly fall in love with them, like it is portrayed in the media.
But I do agree with Karl, maybe true love is a state of mind.
This is an interesting topic, and I'm sure I'll be posting here soon, when I think about this more.
DudeRocksTheTwilight wrote:Okay, I agree Jenna.
I was just having some issues with love when I posted that.
I believe what Chelsea said, TRUE love doesn't exist, the whole, "I saw her, and I was frozen staring at her, and she was the one." But I do believe that people can be in love and be happy.
Just not that sensation that they portray in movies and all that.
So I believe in love, but true love is another thing.
But it could be like Karl said, you have to believe it's true love. It just doesn't happen.
You have to honestly love that person.
debussygirl wrote:Oh, of course I don't believe in love at first sight. That's lust at first sight, not love.
Then Derek is that what you think true love is...the at first sight thing? Sorry I'm having trouble understanding.
True love I think takes a while to develop and that it's ultimately being unselfish in your love for another person.
n0vaice wrote:Well I do believe in "love at first sight", it's probable or plausible at least.
Who are we to know or to choose that the person we fall in love with or the
person we are attracted to by first sight to, either to their physical or inner
beauty is the one we are meant to be with.
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