Would you say romeo and Juliet were in lust or love???
AND SARAH MAY SHOULD SHUT UP BECAUSE SHE DON’T KNOW WHAT SHE IS SPEAKING OF. —–
Who am I to say they don’t love their significant other?
Do any of us really fully understand love? Real love. A great romance or sorts.
My second biggest pet peeve is people who label their emotions too quickly as “being in love”. They mistake this desire for another person as love, when it is only just an infatuation with being wanted… or lust…
love is self sacrifice, and an action word. A feeling of devotion… something that develops over time…
Infatuation is object of extravagant, like a short-lived passion… puppy love… love at first sight…
most people don’t know what true love is… we say “I love this restaurant!” “I love CSI” “I love Cheetos” ” I love chocolate” “I love my Prada hand bag”
True love seems to have gotten lost…
if you’re a romantic you say “LOVE”. as a romantic, i’d certainly say it was love. lust will not cause you to die for someone else. nor will it cause you to forsake everything you know.
but part of the appeal of romeo and juliet is the paradox was it lust or love, us against them?
Maybe i’m a cynic, but you can’t possibly love someone in the absolute sense of the word without knowing anything about them.
This is a very valid point and you’re awesome to have pointed it out!
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