The topic of LOVE is a very controversial one but it all comes down to how each of us have been and are personally touched by the effect of love. Some say love is supposed to pass us once in our lives and some say love comes to us often, and there are so many others in different parts of the world and around us who have different opinions of it as well.
To me, this became a matter of "The Rashomon Effect". The Rashomon effect is contradictory interpretations of the same event by different people. The phrase derives from the Japanese film Rashomon, where the accounts of the witnesses, suspects, and victims of a rape and murder are all different. We have different points of view of love, each coming from a point of personal experience and circumstances, so i think it's safe to say that my views and definition of love can be valid in consideration of the explanation discussed.
How we see love and feel love majorly depends on our culture, how we were brought up, our family values; status and our experiences with life and contact with this feeling begins to have an effect on our lives right from the time we are born.
It is a never ending mystery unraveling and enclosing at it's own will, affecting and influencing lives and decisions of millions of people every day, every second creating and destroying destinies, reshaping cultures and decisions.
If you think of it - LOVE is the most powerful of all emotions gifted to life.
" If you think of it - LOVE is the most powerful of all emotions gifted to life "