CUEVAS said on
There is no perfect definition of love. Generally, though love that is unselfish and sustainable has the power to move mountains. Romantic love both exhilarates and motivates us. It is also critical to the continuation of our species. “Brotherly” love has us acutely aware of the needs of our neighbors and motivates to address these needs. “Agape” love is sacrificial in nature and is often associated with parenting or a deity. True love hopes all things, endures all things, and believes all things.
DiegoM said on
I agree with Ceuvas definition of love. I would say that it is the strongest positive motion in the world, followed by faith and hope. The Bible has one of the best definitions of real love that I know, in 1 Corinthians 13. It says love is patient, kind, patient, wants what is best for the other person, doesn’t hold grudges and never ends. Unfortunately there are also very strong negative emotions which are extremely destructive, like jealousy and anger.