18 responses to “The World’s Best Definition of Love”

  1. Joseph Opoku says:

    thank you very much for making understand love

  2. Blinkz Rahlson says:

    My girlfriend just ask me what Love is, I was having plenty of thoughts but reading your article really solve my problem. Is my pleasure reading your article. Thank you a billion times. Bless uP

  3. Rubamatu yussif says:

    I really do appreciate u alot for defining de true meaning of all wat luv was all about.keep it up and may God richly bless u.

  4. cristina says:

    look for leo buscaglia also known as dr love great reading

  5. manish negi says:

    wOnderfuL i just can’t tell u how amaZing it is … BT i just have to say that this is aweSome 😀

  6. Shweta says:

    Beautiful Blog.. Feeling good after reading that.

  7. Teresa says:

    What an interesting post. Your definition is exceedingly good. Up to here, for me, the best definition of love was Scott Peck’s on The Road Less Travelled: ”
    Love is the will to extend one’s self for the purpose of nurturing one’s own or another’s spiritual growth… Love is as love does. Love is an act of will — namely, both an intention and an action. Will also implies choice. We do not have to love. We choose to love.
    M. Scott Peck

    Some overlap with yours

  8. Mashudu says:

    Your definition is so good to me.
    I defined love as sex… Now I know… Thanx very much

  9. Dianne says:

    Good article as far as it goes. Can you take it further? Not just limited to the connection between two people. I love more than just people – the mountains near my home, trees, my dog, my connection with the Divine and lots more.
    One can sense a person who is full of Love – unconditional love – as they seem to have an inner glow and energy field around them that is incredibly attractive. What is it that gives them that glow?

  10. Estelle says:

    Thanks, I enjoyed your definition of ‘Love’. An enjoyable read and the site looks good for all :)

  11. Mike Wells says:

    I enjoyed your views; my feeling is that too much attention is paid to the sex driven thing we call love. Whilst sex may be the core or cement of that kind of love it is only part of a much bigger picture…the house held together with cement…which depends on values. If you haven’t read it : Love. A History. by Simon May is a good source. Good loving. Mike

  12. Ntsoaki morake says:

    Wow. I was so moved out by this article. I did not know what LOVE is since I read this. Well now I know. Thank you for the article can’t wait to read more 😀

  13. Julianne says:

    I really enjoy reading ur definition of love, which has been a real motivation to me. Thanks a million.

  14. Katie says:

    I would love to read your e book once its up… I am in the process of starting a blog about love and this article has helped me greatly.. thank you for sharing :) x

  15. ettiene says:

    I recently was forced into A sort of half break-up with my soul mate because she was unsure what love is and felt she had said it too soon,which I understand. Told her that I will spend every day trying to show her what llove is. So I came to find advice and guidance since, like yousay, it. Has been mostly undefined in the past.

    But your article has shownn me that I need to start with myself first. It showed me that in order for her to know love, I need to be able to open up to her more than I have, which is pretty much all the way already, but I need to do so without. Fear of what’s inside me. I have had many demons, and she knows them all, she accepts them, but I do not. I think thwe had been fighting, and why she concluded that she doesn’t know what love is.

    Thank you for this article . And thank you for inspiring me to start with me again. It was laid out for me in such a way that it made sense to me for almost the first time.

  16. lose body fat says:

    Have you ever thought about creating an e-book or guest authoring on other blogs?

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    • myself says:

      I am in the process of working on an e-book! I’m still writing some of the chapters, others are at the editors. Its a slow process. If you subscribe to the blog, you’ll know when I release the book.

      I’m not doing any guest authoring right now. Maybe some time in the future!

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