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When there is love, you can live even without happiness.
Some things you can feel coming. You don't fall in love because you fall in love; you fall in love because of the need, desperate, to fall in love. When you feel that need, you have to watch your step: like having drunk a philter, the kind that makes you fall in love with the first thing you meet. It could be a duck-billed platypus.

UMBERTO ECO, Foucault's Pendulum

The clearer and happier you feel inside, the more joyous and loving your outer world becomes because love attracts love.

JUDY HALL, Love Crystals

They stayed together and watched each other slowly become strangers, watched their love die as you watch a great old gum tree succumb to dieback.

RICHARD FLANAGAN, The Unknown Terrorist

True love turns words and feelings into actions.

JOEL OSTEEN, Become a Better You

Never mingle love and business.

ANTHONY TROLLOPE, Barchester Towers

Love and death were what novels were about.

OAKLEY HALL, Love and War in California

He who falls in love in bars doesn't need a woman all his own. He can always find one on loan.

UMBERTO ECO, Foucault's Pendulum

The ideal of romantic love stands in opposition to much of our history, as we shall see. First of all, it is individualistic. It rejects the view of human beings as interchangeable units, and it attaches the highest importance to individual differences as well as to individual choice. Romantic love is egoistic, in the philosophical, not in the petty, sense. Egoism as a philosophical doctrine holds that self-realization and personal happiness are the moral goals of life, and romantic love is motivated by the desire for personal happiness. Romantic love is secular. In its union of physical with spiritual pleasure in sex and love, as well as in its union of romance and daily life, romantic love is a passionate commitment to this earth and to the exalted happiness that life on earth can offer.

NATHANIEL BRANDEN, The Psychology of Romantic Love

Love is what you've been through with somebody.

JAMES THURBER, Life Magazine, Mar. 14, 1960

I say love, and the world populates itself with doves.

PABLO NERUDA, Get Used to Seeing the Shadow Behind Me

When people say, "God is love," I think they mean that love is extremely important, or that God really wants us to love. But in Christian conception, God really has love as his essence.

TIMOTHY KELLER, The Reason for God

For what is love itself, for the one we love best? An enfolding of immeasurable cares which yet are better than any joys outside our love.

GEORGE ELIOT, Daniel Deronda

I'd call it love if love
didn't take so many years
but lust too is a jewel.
ADRIENNE RICH, Necessities of Life

Why the pull of sexual attraction to someone who is unfamiliar, whose allure as Horace marked, portends a war with one's self? As we'll consider, the object of sexual desire has a different constitution from the focus of personal love. With sexual love, there is an emphasis upon touch and kinesthesia that alters the whole/part structure of objects. It brings with it a shift in temporality as well as makes the pleasure of repetitive sexual scenarios curiously new and unique.

PETER HADREAS, A Phenomenology of Love and Hate

Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it. What then kills love? Only this: Neglect.
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