The debate "Love doesn't exist" was started by
March 1, 2019, 12:01 pm.
19 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 65 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
addictedfromyouth posted 2 arguments, Aryan posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Liam_mc_Sherry and 18 visitors agree.
addictedfromyouth, Nemiroff, Rifa_Tamanna_2007, happy, talktotalk, JDAWG9693, abc123, Consitution101, HelloWorLd, Napoleon_of_Politics, Aryan, rainingdown, redranger34, troythegreat, AlissiaMathew, SanjayKumar, SMNR, Harshrai29, benshapirofan and 46 visitors disagree.
As per me love is when full filling her wishes makes you happy, when you give that last slice of pizza to her, when you save money secretly just to give her a surprise, when you see something beautiful you wish her to be with you, when you sacrifice your wishes without her knowing, when the separation brings you even more closer, when she is the world to you and so are you to her. Such love is hard to find and even if you do obstacles will always be there.
we may not be able to define it, or agree on its details... but most of us can agree it certainly does exist
But, that's not a definition. To debate something, we need a common understanding on what we're debating
love is wishy washy. good.
That's very wishy-washy and not a definition
love is like a everlasting flower. It is delicate and blows in the wind however. It thrives on all things good. everyone can sniff it. everyone can look at it. It simply is there if you wish to. you have find said flower. You have to embrace the good to do this.
Could you define what you're calling "love"?