I came across a beautiful photo on the internet, of a lady crying about missing her dog on her wedding day. I was really attracted by the photo and my friend Maria (who made the photo for the article) said: “ShimonK, why do we really have such affinity towards animals (our pets), can we not love the way animals do?” This spurred me to research, to ask a lot of people these questions:
- Why do you love your animal so much?
- Why does your animal love you so much?
Continue reading Animals’ Love: Why Humans Cannot Love Us the Way Animals Love Us.
To fondness/desire add love and to love add desire, your relationship (any type of relationship) will be a long-lasting, great one filled with memorable moments!
There’s a great difference between love and fondness, between love and desire. Yet to have a great relationship, both are needed.A lot of people love but do not desire their partners.
What you might not know is that the love of money isn’t the root of all evil, rather the fondness for money. (Greek Bible used philaguria (fondness/desire or urge for money and not agapeguria (love of money)
For marriage and relationships, love (agape) cements while desire/fondness spices. Both build stronger relationships.
Most relationships start with the chemical reactions of desire, of want, (the catalyst formed is what I cannot explain as “the way of a man with a woman”.) The continuity of a relationship comes with love.It is easy to hear people say “over time I came to love my partner”. Continue reading Your Relationship “Love” Has Not Died, Rather This Is What Might Have Happened