Wednesday, March 30, 2011


1.       I do believe at love at first sight. You have to notice the person before you start the relationship. If you’re future spouse never noticed you, why would he/she become interested in getting to know you? However, love at first sight doesn’t necessarily mean that the two parties both feel the love. In some cases only one feels the love at first sight, but they fight to make themselves be noticed and to make the other fall in love with them.
2.       I do think there is a difference between being “in love” and loving someone. You can love your mother or your brother, but you are not in love with them. I love my dog, but I am not in love with him.
3.       I can love or be in love with someone who doesn’t love me back because if you truly love someone, you have to fight for them and believe that you will get your chance. If people gave up with loving and being in love, there would be a lot more lonely people in the world.
4.       Some couples who are married had to get married because of reasons other than being in love. However, there are many people who are married because they truly want to spend the rest of their life together and are willing to do whatever to protect the other spouse.
a.       Love is blind: I believe that love is blind. Love is spontaneous and unexpected. It’s something like no other, but you can’t chose who you fall in love with. Sure, you can try your hardest to be in love with someone, but if you really have to try, it’s not in the cards.
b.      Opposites attract: I think opposites do attract, although it might not be the best match. Almost no one wants to date themselves, they want someone knew and someone who will show them new things. Although opposites can be potentially dangerous, it’s more fun to be with someone who will surprise you.
c.       Love conquers all: This is true because true love can overcome any obstacle in life. Love can conquer fear, sadness, and loneliness.
d.      The course of true love never did run smooth: This is completely true. You can’t tell if you’re truly in love with someone if you haven’t gone through a rough patch. If everything was perfect, you wouldn’t know each other’s flaws and weaknesses, which can determine if you really love them enough to stick through it.

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