The Worldly illusion of Love
Noun: love; plural noun: loves
1. an intense feeling of deep affection., a deep romantic or sexual attachment to someone, affectionate greetings conveyed to someone on one’s behalf, a formula for ending an affectionate letter, a personified figure of love, often represented as Cupid.
2. a great interest and pleasure in something.
3. a person or thing that one loves.
4. (in tennis, squash, and some other sports) a score of zero; nil.
Origin Old English lufu, of Germanic origin; from an Indo-European root shared by Sanskrit lubhyati ‘desires’, Latin libet ‘it is pleasing’, libido ‘desire’, also by leave and lief.
There seems to be many different levels of love depending on the relationship with an individual. By creating what are called special relationships the true meaning of love becomes blurred. How can I say I love my wife more than I love my neighbor and know love ?
The I Ego doesn`t know what love is and therefore uses it to fragment relationships. Accepting all is loving all equally, anything different is separation and this is the goal of the I Ego.