Love: v. to sense a very intense pleasure for a subset(s) one cares about and the behaviors which exist with it and frequently desiring to (possess and/or interact with) and/or experience samer subset(s) for a short and/or long duration
Subset: n. a thing
Without a definition of to love, love is just an intuitive philosophical concept open to a million and one interpretations. With a definition you can either argue that it is incomplete, partially wrong, or that it is absolutely right and exact.
If you love something then you care about it, you sense very intense pleasure and behave a certain way, and you frequently desire to possess, interact, or experience that something for a short and/or long time.
When you are getting very intense pleasure from a human it is called love and when your pleasure is not that intense then you are experiencing affection and liking and not love.
Some of you will argue that loving also means that there are times when you feel affectionate or have fond and tender feelings towards the love object. Well, you are talking about a loving relationship which needs a new word or new definition called lovrelating.
Lovrelate: v. to sense much lovin and affection and liking for a subset(s) but not simultaneously
Being in love means that you are lovrelating or experiencing moments of lovin, affection, and liking but never simultaneously or that all those feelings are not felt at the same time. What the world really needs more of is more lovrelating and not lovin!
Yes, there are more definitions needed for all you perfectionists out there and here they are.
Affection: n. sensing medium intensity pleasure for a subset(s) one cares about and the behavior(s) which exists with it
Like: v. to sense low intensity pleasure for a subset(s)
Lovin: n. sensing a very intense pleasure from a subset(s) one cares about and the behavior(s) which exist with it and frequently desiring to (possess and/or interact with) and/or experience samer subset(s)
Lovrelationship: n. sensing much lovin and affection and liking for a subset(s) but not simultaneously
Thing: n. one subset and/or set of matter and/or energy which existed in the past and/ or will exist at some point in the future and/or will continue to exist in the future. A thing is usually classified as a subject and/or verb. Human beings are things which are lifeforms. An event(s) is a thing. A thing is a set and/or a subset.
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