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How is love so transient if love endures the winter cold and the summer heat? Are we truly in love or merely fond of the new which has intersected with the old? The further down sweet lovers lane we go, there is the inevitable realization that all, is as before. The once beautiful new has become the disenchanted lullaby of old. The dream was just another nightmare hiding between the sheep.
Why is love so transient? Because emotions are as stable as the oceans — always coming — always going — never staying — always leaving. We are all too familiar with hate because it has been called love for so long we can’t remember the unflinching, unconditional, steady as she goes — enduring nature of true love.
And so it is, and so it’s always been. But will it always be? Such is the futures mystery. Born in love, but bred in hate. We come in love — we go in hate. What is the price of love when hate is all we can afford?
Originally posted by whatukno
Love is simply a biochemical reaction to the hormone Oxytocin. So, as that chemical does have to obey the laws of conservation, it stands to reason that love by proxy also obeys the law of conservation.
Eh I would rather my tax return go to the national debt than to my ex wife, so, sure, I would donate my tax return to paying off the national debt. - wuk