posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 08:12 AM
the LOVE you refer to over and over again, is a selfish form of ego gratification. true love does exist, but has little in common with the emotion
spoken of in MOST songs, and depicted in MOST movies. Notable exceptions: Films: The Lord of the Rings (Frodo and Sam), The Forgotten (mother and
child), The Matrix (Where Neo risks his life for his friend Morpheus) Songs: Future Love Paradise by Seal, Two out of Three Ain't Bad by Meatloaf (as
a negative example), Everything I do I do for you, I think by Bryan Adams, as an overly-sentimentalized yet otherwise accurate depiction of love.
Love means doing something for someone else's benefit, though it might not benefit you, or it might even cost you a lot. Most parents love. Love is
But you're right, the mirage of romantic love that we are fed from birth is purely illusory.