We’re Humans and So We Love.
Love is complicated. It differs in definition among people and cultures, changes and evolves with time and experience. There is probably no word more overused than “love.” We do both nasty and great things in its name, and it is our handiest excuse for the bad choices we make.
Love is both selfish and selfless.
For no reasons that we can comprehend, we find ourselves standing before a stranger and it is as if we have known them our entire lives. Anne of Green Gables, calls it a “kindred spirit,” other call it a “soul mate.” But what is this thing that we call love? There are no words in any language that adequately describes how we feel when we have it or how painful it is to lose it. I have stood in the arms of my lover and grasped for a way to express what holds us. But as much as I reach out for understanding, it slips further from my comprehension.
Don’t assume because you are in a relationship that love will take care of itself. Everyone, no matter how much they love or are loved needs to be reassured, reminded and have the love reinforced. Invest a little time in learning more about love.
With broadband and wireless, love and life have changed and lovers have embraced the change faster than most.
Our hearts tell us we’re in love, OR do they? Perhaps love is logical after all.
“Happily Ever After” means understanding that change isn’t a bad thing and happiness has different faces.
Food can say “I love you” in a new a fun way. Gentlemen, try a new sweetness.
Love! Complex, the bringer of great joy and great sorrow. What does it mean to love?
Thoughts on a Christmas love story that speaks the whole year long.
Real life stories from our members. They face the daily battles like you, read what they have learned along the way:
He told her she was like the air he needed to breathe, and she had believed him.
No hurdle is so large that you’d can’t find a way to say, “I love you.”
Sometime blessings seem few and far between, but for a lucky few…
And if you enjoy a little horsing around.
Does love have the power to heal? When faced with a choice, is love strong enough for the battle?
When love if done right, it leaves us vulnerable. In our vulnerability, love blossoms. Until next time,