How do we define love? This question has been asked by every man, woman and child in every generation since time began. In my opinion, true love is chemistry bonded with the human spark of life – interacting on a daily basis with your family, friends, and communities. The world we live in calls us to duty every day.
Love asks us to be alive every day we live on earth. The very task of being alive every day is what drives us to find love – to search it out, discovering its mysteries and disasters. When we ask ourselves what is love and how do we express it, what we learn is that all things are expressing love at all times. It is up to you, the individual to translate its meanings, musings and fortunes told.
Those who observe daily life, learn love has many paths to walk. Love has times of joy and sorrow. Love has everything we need, but it does not have what we desire. Desire is love gone wild. It’s unbridled passion, its pure nature burning our souls. We seek this passion spark to fill light in our lives. This tangible thing called love is what links every person in the world together as equal partners in the experience of life. Some need more love than others. Some believe they need almost none at all, love is rejected.
Love is a continuous exchange of needs and desires from each lover and the community in which they reside. As individuals we learn the subtleties of love, it comes down to knowing what you need vs what you desire. Tempering our mental habit of following only desire shows wisdom and age. When we love another person, we must know what they need, for love to exist. For love to grow, lovers seek the passion spark, this very palpable thing all humans know by genetic knowledge. It is raw unbridled love making, passed down from civilization to civilization throughout time. Reality bends as we understand each other in those special moments, linking us in time and place, like a snapshot of life’s memories.