posted 2000 by John
Wow, I'm the first one to write in here well, maybe I can start some convo. Me, personally, I tend to be more cynical of love, at least the idea of love as some great, grand, all consuming thing. People try to hard to find this "love" thing, and they can't. Or if they do, it's the kind where if you see them and hear them talk about it, you want to punch them in the face. Hate, well, I don't know about everyone else, but I like hating sometimes. They say hate will consume you from the inside out, but honestly, it makes me feel good. Well, time to see if i can post this and stir some people into discussion.....
Re: Wow · posted 2001 by Arson
I don't know about love being a "great, grand, all consuming thing," but I'll tell you one thing: Its definitely a force. I once saw a movie in which one of the characters described love as "Biochemically no different than eating large quantities of chocolate." If that were certainly true, the force I speak of can be bought and sold easily, with some of the best being in Switzerland. Both sadly and gladly, that isn't the case. For me love is something that comes from the inner self, the soul perhaps. Its an emotion, that emerges from deep within one's self, and just the same, fades. Woe is the person that never falls in love, and lucky is that very same person.
response: wow · posted 2000 by Dr. A. P. Tapperman(message body is in