The most asked questions; Am I in love? Is it just a crush? Do I like them? The feeling wouldn’t fade away, would it?
If you have these questions in your mind, you most certainly do not know whether you’re in love. Or maybe, you’re confusing love with lust.
If we get this charged sensation which combines obsession with sexual attraction, it is not necessarily love, because the person we “love” is a good person or the right one for us, it only means unconscious forces are at work forcing us to see them through a filter that sifts out inconvenient realities.
Jane Austen recognised that goodness has very little to do with love. In Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet, whilst wondering why Mr. Darcy fell for her says to him, “You knew no actual good of me — but nobody thinks of that when they fall in love.”
So, I think when you realize that the person before you that you cannot resist has nothing to offer you, and that you, despite that fact, want to spend your whole life with them…that’s when you’re in love.
A wife’s biggest test of love is when her husband is poor. Every woman loves a man whom can provide her happiness and comfort. Love is tested when he can’t provide her those; when he’s poor and the woman is suffering.
A husband’s biggest test of love is when his wife is impertinent. Every man loves a woman whom respects her, and agrees to everything he says. Love is tested when she doesn’t provide him those; when she’s selfish and rude.
There is another phrase saying, “I don’t love you because I need you. I need you because I love you.”