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How do you define "true love"? Have you ever been in love? If you're currently with someone you love, how's the relationship going?

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  • True love is knowing that there’s someone who cares about you, who will always look out for you, regardless of what either of you may be going through. My true love is Sean Keffer. He’s not my high-school sweetheart, but my Deer Path sweetheart. Nothing is more amazing than realizing that I’m not going to be abandoned or left alone anymore. I was in love before, to my high school sweetheart. I don’t really think he loved me, though. I think I was merely being tolerated. It wasn’t until many years later—after we’d been married for three years—that he no longer loved me. I felt alone more and more—as if he really didn’t want me around whatsoever. Maybe, he would’ve rather been with someone who could’ve been a much better help to him. I’ve been with Sean Keffer for just over eight months. He unconditionally loves me for who I am on the inside. When I need help, he’s more than willing to lend a hand, even if he may not really be feeling like himself at the time, because of his diabetes. This is going to be our first New Year’s together, and we don’t yet know what we’re going to do to celebrate.
  • I wish I knew! True love sounds like the ideal we strive towards in a relationship with it being difficult to actually achieve... But I imagine even that is subjective
  • True love is realizing you can not give up on someone even when things get rough.
  • Love is shown or not shown in many ways. Is there such a thing as "True Love"? Listen to your favoirte song and you'll find your answer.
  • I love him like wildfire. I miss him everyday, long for him. I am young. You could say I'm naive. I don't plan on the future; I've never dreamed of my wedding day or the "perfect" life. I appreciate and absorb what I have each day, whether with or without the one I love. Sometimes when we're on the phone at night, I feel as though I'm rolling around in a field of sweetly scented flowers, and I giggle like the school girl I am.
  • True love has to be something magical. Many people will say this is flight of fancy, but they have no idea how near I am to saying that true love does not exist. Somehow it would matter to them that I truly believed this, and would destroy all relationships on Earth. There is no such thing as false love, so I make the Proposition that all love is true. And when people say true love what they mean to say is that they've managed to copulate. These are all just ideas. They don't necessarily mean anything. I have been in love before. I am in love right now. In love with the soft murmur of the sycamore trees as the wind bustles through them in rippling waves. In love with -- what's that! -- the distant blaring of a locomotive. Is this but a memory, or is this true love? Never mind.
  • God, Maybe I'm delusional, but I think You're trying to keep me from backing out on Dustin. I read the verse John 6:66, and I felt like I heard You say, "Are you going to stop dating Dustin? Why have You followed me for so long?" When I really think about it, the reason I've followed You for so long is because You don't give up. I've been stubborn, unfaithful, resentful, selfish, hateful, and just flat-out stupid. I think the only reason that I am actually here is because of Your willingness to love me. Wow, drop a quarter in my humility jar! Sometimes I forget that the relationships that mean the most, are also the ones that take the most work. Dustin might be difficult sometimes, but he always tries to do his best. Change doesn't happen immediately... but he never gives up. And I should respect that —and I'm not easy to date either. I'm critical, stubborn, irritable, moody, and have an extensive vocabulary. And he still bears with me (often without complaining). I should really commend him on that today. I guess what You're trying to tell me is, "You have a great guy with some flaws. He accepts you for who you are, and he has a will to make it work. Don't take that for granted." So to answer the question of the day, I cannot think of a better way to put it than the way C.S. Lewis put it himself. "This is one of the miracles of love: It gives a power of seeing through its own enchantments and yet not being disenchanted." Love is an organism that lives off of tragedy, and births invincibility. To My Dad and Best Friend, <3, Jordanary
  • true love is when you married with someone and make your new world to be right.
  • I'm not sure. I've cared for people very much, but I don't think I've ever fallen in love with someone.
  • Love is equal to pain sweet or bitter, not bad thing though it consumes our ego and makes the world a better place for sure.
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