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Falling in love is good or bad

 
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hi

I find falling in love is a good feeling , but slowly slowly we find falling in love gives frustration . what are the views of fellow ranchers .
now i conclude for myself love is waste. and i am not for it.
[ December 06, 2006: Message edited by: rehans oberoi ]
 
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Originally posted by rehans oberoi:
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I find falling in love is a good feeling , but slowly slowly we find falling in love gives frustration . what are the views of fellow ranchers .
now i conclude for myself love is waste. and i am not for it.



Are you Guy or Girl ?
 
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it depends on the girl.
 
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Consider that love might have a complex and seemingly conflicting nature. Without appreciating this, it's unlikely the experience can ever meet expectations. So if you're determined to categorize love as either "good" or "bad"...
 
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Well, if she is a good Catholic lady, that's a blessing from God. If, on the other hand, she is a Protestant, or worse, some sort of a pagan, you may subject your family to eternal damnation. Before you decide to fall in love, ask the matchmaker to pre-qualify the subject.
 
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Originally posted by John Smith:
Well, if she is a good Catholic lady, that's a blessing from God. If, on the other hand, she is a Protestant, or worse, some sort of a pagan, you may subject your family to eternal damnation. Before you decide to fall in love, ask the matchmaker to pre-qualify the subject.



My father, a good Roman Catholic boy, fell in love with my mother, a Dutch Reformed girl, now nearly 50 years ago.
They're still in love to this day...
Both were excommunicated for their relations with heathens.
 
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Falling in love with girl is good or bad



Very bad if you are the only person falling. It doesn't matter what you feel and where you fall... It's both ways...

So be careful with what you are doing, it may hurt you!

Anyways, if you decide to continue... I wish you all the very best!

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Originally posted by rehans oberoi:

I find falling in love is a good feeling , but slowly slowly we find falling in love gives frustration . what are the views of fellow ranchers .
now i conclude for myself love is waste. and i am not for it.



Falling in love ,in itself is negative as it has the word falling associated with it.

I guess , its all about respobsibility and time.Girls demand too much of your time.If you have then go ahead ,else forget.

I personally think that I do not have enough time after my work , so I only concentrate in staring.
[ December 04, 2006: Message edited by: Rahul Bhattacharjee ]
 
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I personally think that I do not have enough time after my work , so I only concentrate in staring.



Hehhehe.....same here !
 
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Originally posted by Shankar Iyer:


Hehhehe.....same here !



I guess same everywhere !
 
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Originally posted by Rahul Bhattacharjee:


I personally think that I do not have enough time after my work , so I only concentrate in staring.



Same here and sometime newsreaders are aslo the target
[ December 05, 2006: Message edited by: Chetan Parekh ]
 
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Originally posted by rehans oberoi:
hi
i conclude for myself love is waste. and i am not for it.




Now here you got the actual things.

You might be waste for love, and you might not be fit for it...

But else everybody is fit and hit for it.
 
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Very bad if you are the only person falling. It doesn't matter what you feel and where you fall... It's both ways...



Even if the girl falls , never get over excited and start trusting her 100% . Girls can be EXTREMELY good in feigning love !
 
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Ah, you guys are all so cynical!

Originally posted by Rahul Bhattacharjee:
Falling in love ,in itself is negative as it has the word falling associated with it.

Falling isn't always bad. Bungee jumping is falling and some people like it! Perhaps the word falling is used to portray the way in which normal life is left behind and the person in love is being rapidly immersed into a completely new situation.

Originally posted by Shankar Iyer :
Even if the girl falls , never get over excited and start trusting her 100% . Girls can be EXTREMELY good in feigning love !

But how can you ever be happy in the long term unless you find a relationship in which you can trust 100% that the other person loves you back? Sure, being totally trusting is a risk, but one worth taking if you find the right person.
[ December 05, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]
 
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How can giving love to another human being ever be bad?
 
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hmmmmmm. There is little bit girl bashing going on here!!!
 
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Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
How can giving love to another human being ever be bad?



Guys loving girls is generally accepted. Girls loving girls is subject to debate, not that there is anything wrong with that.

Personally I choose to love girl(s).
 
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Originally posted by David O'Meara:


Personally I choose to love girl(s).



DITTO....


 
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Better than marrying a stranger and a week later you figure out that she is still in love with her soul mate she knew for twenty years, and she married you only because her parents emotionally blackmailed her, and the next week you find out that he is now seeking medical attention for manic depression, and your father in law has paid a hospital intern to overdose him, and that he sold your car to pay for the deed, and that the girl now thinks you are in it and hates you with passion, and then you hear that the guy actually committed suicide and your father in law is depressed about the money paid and thinks you are useless as you didn�t stop him from selling the car, and also that your wife is now planning to have her revenge for his death by sleeping with everyone she knows, except you � and at this stage you realize that amazingly talented, well respected, pretty girl at work you always fancied actually was crazy bout you and was waiting for you to give her a chance!

Tut tut!!
 
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Originally posted by David O'Meara:


Guys loving girls is generally accepted. Girls loving girls is subject to debate, not that there is anything wrong with that.

Personally I choose to love girl(s).



Think you missed my point there.

Irrespective of how the other person feels or any other person around feels how can the giving of love to another person be a bad thing? It's the best gift you can give, and you surely don't always give gifts in order to have the same gift given back to you in return do you?
 
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and now I agree completely. Removing all of the ugly baggage that people associate with love, pure and unconditional love is a beautiful thing.
 
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Can you tell I've been reading / listening to a lot of Dr Wayne Dyer lately?
 
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My confusion is that, I spent more time with my male co workers than my husband. I am at office for 8 hours. When i am at home busy with kids and family chores. So many of my friends feling the same way. Some time so kind of emotional attachment coming up....is this okay
 
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love is a myth. just a personal opinion. dont start killing me
 
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Love is just another 4-lettered word!
 
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Originally posted by A. Levi:
love is a myth. just a personal opinion. dont start killing me


This statement depends a lot on what you mean by "love". As a concept it most certainly does exist. At its very least it is a word with a meaning attached to it, so exists as terminology. A lot of people also claim to have experienced it, so we can assign a reasonable probability to it existing as an experience.

But how do we know they are really experiencing "love" and not just something which they think is "love"? The question is a bit meaningless really, as there is no real way to compare one person's experience of an emotion to another person's. If I say I am experiencing an emotion, isn't that enough? Who is to say what is or isn't a valid emotion?

What I suspect you are really saying is that the concept of the perfect love, as portrayed in films, books etc, doesn't exist, that in real life things are a bit more down to earth and imperfect. Often entertainment media heavily simplify issues, and often their portrayal of love is little more then a stylised simplification of the real thing.

That doesn't mean that the real thing doesn't exist though. A painter can paint a perfect picture of a mountain, but it doesn't mean that the real mountain doesn't exist. It may be a bit less perfect then the picture, but it is a lot more awe inspiring.
[ December 07, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]
 
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Oops big discussion about love.
What is that?

I got this from Google...
L- Loss
O- Of
V- Virtual
E- Energy

This is about the discussion going on???
 
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Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
Can you tell I've been reading / listening to a lot of Dr Wayne Dyer lately?



I think I was having a moment, it's over now
 
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One sided love gives frustration and both sided love gives satisfaction.
 
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