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An age old question...

Just curious...

If you were to fall in love with someone, but later realized you no longer love them, could you have truly loved them at all?

On a side note...

I saw a Ford Taurus today with the license plate that read, "BIGHOS"

I wasn't sure how to take that...


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Sep. 20th, 2004 01:49 pm (UTC)
love sees with sight the eyes do not have. maybe you were in love with the idea of love instead of being in love with them. the object of your affection is not always the cause of it. also it becomes easier to handle the loss keeping a similiar mindset.
Sep. 20th, 2004 02:26 pm (UTC)
/me is worried

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Sep. 20th, 2004 02:41 pm (UTC)
LOL...not you silly...I LOOOOOOVVVEEEE YOU! I was listening to a song today and it made me think of all the people I thought I was in love with, but when I compare them to you there is no comparison
Sep. 20th, 2004 02:49 pm (UTC)
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww... : )

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Sep. 21st, 2004 03:35 am (UTC)
A More Horrible Job Of Explaining This
1.Anything you can fall into you should be able to climb out of, like a lake, a puddle, a pile of manure, and of course love!

2. Love is a state of mind, and all women are notorious for changing their minds, or their States, for that matter, from Washington to Massachusetts, for example!

3. *Ronalum runs for cover* LOL

Feb. 3rd, 2005 12:29 am (UTC)
I found this, admittedly old, post via nymphval's journal and wanted to add my $0.02.

You can fall in love with a person today, who, years down the road, will no longer be the person you fell in love with. That doesn't make them a bad person, or you a bad person for wanting them to be who they were when you fell in love with them. You could also be the one who changed.

Love is a wonderful and often fleeting thing. I can only hope that everyone we all know will experience deep, wonderful, reciprocal, "true" love at least once in their lives.
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