Life is short. Sad to say, but good times seem to be few and far between for most people these days. An argument could definitely be made, comparing the long term benefits of love with the short lived feelings of infatuation, however, until the moment that the criteria of infatuation has been met, it can be considered LOVE!
Mutual feelings of infatuation, even if they are short lived feelings, are worth every minute. Like fine wine, moments in life like that should be savored to the last drop. Feel blessed to experience it, even if only once in a life time.
Some of the most romantic, sensual and stimulating moments in many people’s lives have been in the arms of someone they were infatuated with. These strong feelings and emotions are, even if they are short lived like life, valuable and important. In cases like this, infatuation may be the one highlighted moment in a person’s life in which he or she gauges all others moments.
Long Term Infatuation Trumps Short Lived Love?
As mentioned earlier, until the moment that the criteria of infatuation have been met, infatuation can be considered LOVE. So, how long does infatuation last? That is a good question that no one really has a definite answer to, however, it is logical to conclude that infatuation can last as long as most relationship today.
One of the symptoms of infatuation is interesting to take note of, a desire to spend all one’s time with the person desired. Could long term infatuation trump short lived love? If infatuation doesn’t evolve into love, then it won’t last as long as love can. Some relationships that have been short lived were due to one partner loving the other too much!
Can you love someone too much? Physically, yes, although, spiritually, no. Infatuation is the neighbor of jealousy, which can lead to possessiveness and eventually spiral down into unwanted physical contact. Spiritually, on the other hand, outward feelings of love for another brings with it kindness, gentleness, appreciation and unselfish concern for the well being of the other person. And, who doesn’t like that kind of attention ?
Life is short. Unfortunately, good times seem to be few and far between for most people these days. Whether it is mutual infatuation or real love, no matter how long it lasts, savor it like fine wine. Nothing lasts forever.
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