Blazer : Littlewoods Direct Warehouse (Flint) | Shirt : Primark | High-Waisted Trousers : Marks &SpencersAfter watching show after show, reading book after book, and viewing movie after movie, I was enraged by the flimsy status 'love' was starting to hold in the media. The straw that broke the camel's back was catching up on the entire last season of 90210...oh! I went to bed with my blood boiling and my mind working in overtime. Why proclaim love for one person only to be blown away by another? Why profess undying affection for one person, only to be torn by the power of lust for another? No, love is not blown away by spineless words, or staggered by questioning.
Studs : Primark | Necklace : eBay | Rings : H&M | Arm Candy : collected from Gran Canaria, Scotland &Nigeria | Heels : Miss Selfridge (birthday gift)The question that came up time and time again was whether one could love more than one person at a time? Without mention about philia or agape kinda loving, they are speaking of 'love' as though it were a hollywood career that could be steered in any which direction called. Love has backbone. I have been involved in several debates of late concerning the value of marriage in modern day society. Not in regards to same-sex unions, but in the sense of it being no more than a contractual/legal document binding two parties together. According to the sceptics, 'love' is a modern social construction, and marriage proves nothing of the partnership than making a formal commitment to remain together. My coworker cited age-old unions being an economical investment for families to rise in heirarchy, or gain more power, with the ideal of love being a new phenomenon. I beg to differ. I cite the bible, greek mythology, etc as evidence that 'love' is timeless.
Onyxsta says...BLEURGH!! Love is being confused with lust, but in order to truly love, a firm foundation is a must. Xisses