When you perceive the chemistry that is given off by two couples, you seem to notice that the disposition of the elements of said chemistry correlates with every other particular aspect of any emotion. That the deliverance of our emotions is not as riddled with mystery as much as we tend to display it as. It's actually much more simpler than we think. Our insignificant ability to label our world has gotten us trapped underneath a bundle of excessive allocation. Therefore, we see for what we are taught to see, but we cannot see for what was pre-existent without any language or artificial assessment.
My question today, is that, what is love? Is love what we believe it to be? Or is love simply a state of chemistry that is equivalent to every other state of emotion that we experience in our everyday lives? That love is no different than say: hate or passion. <O> _ <O>