Originally posted by Vladamir no1God is Love.
Is love an intrinsic property that goes hand in hand with procreation, that makes you stay with your partner?
So on an evolutionary standpoint the offspring has more chance of survival with two parents foraging and protecting than one parent?
Is the explaination for love this utilitarian, this evoultionary/biological and this simple?
Originally posted by Vladamir no1Take it to Debates. We've already been kicked out of there for talking about God. You can't come here to our Spirituality refuge and demand that we not bring God into a discussion here.
Please guys lets not get the 'Godhead' figure, involved in this whether for or against.
Academic theories only, be it psychological, anthropological, biological or otherwise.......... thankyou
Originally posted by DoctorScribblesyea but if you look at your and the prvious post it looked like turning into a 'for' and 'agaiNst' god match, which is not what this thread is about........
Take it to Debates. We've already been kicked out of there for talking about God. You can't come here to our Spirituality refuge and demand that we not bring God into a discussion here.
Originally posted by Vladamir no1Love is respectfully accepting the responses that people offer to your questions, without demanding that they conform to arbitrary restrictions inconsistent with the rules of the forum where the discussion is taking place.
yea but if you look at your and the prvious post it looked like turning into a 'for' and 'agaiNst' god match, which is not what this thread is about........
WHAT IS LOVE?
Originally posted by Vladamir no1There are at least two threads I can remember where we've had this discussion. This forum is really starting to lose its' appeal. Why can't we keep the few threads that actually had readable content in them alive, instead of continuosly starting the same discussions over and over again?
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Originally posted by AThousandYoungLove is so interesting that the more you go after it, faster it runs.
A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.
A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance.
Sexual passion. ...[text shortened]...
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