Do you believe in life after love?

If so, why?

September 19, 2013 at 2:56 am
Bryan (104) (@Substratum) 8 years ago ago

Huh? (you get what you give)

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Heather (2) (@hchayes33) 8 years ago ago

I can feel something inside me say……I really don’t think you’re strong enough! Now

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blaKc stayn (5) (@blakc-stayn) 8 years ago ago

YES and the first step to live after loving is you have to DIE!

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Anonymous (127) (@) 8 years ago ago

@hybridext, Life is a bag with a lot of accessories in it.

Yes, there is life after love.

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

I wanted more deep thought here.

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Anonymous (127) (@) 8 years ago ago

@hybridext, Hey, how about you consult with some self-proclaimed philosophers if you’re looking for “more deep thought”? It’s your fault for expecting anything of others in the first place.

I encourage you to be more grateful with the offerings of others.

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

@optimystic, Someone hasn’t had their gin.

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Anonymous (127) (@) 8 years ago ago

@hybridext, I hope you can reflect positively upon my words.

Blessings.

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Nick (12) (@Brentn) 8 years ago ago

Love is actually the beginning of life. Life is possible without love while love is not possible without life. Love is the true value of life. Love and passion are inexorably intertwined. Everything good about life is married to love and the results of passion. It is impossible to feel passion without feeling love and passion is the soil nurturing all great achievement.

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

@optimystic, No dude, it was satire irony. God sake. ‘Deep thought’ is so Highexistence, I was parodying it

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Psychonaut (133) (@psychonaut) 8 years ago ago

@brentn, @hybridext, Both of you should read up on your existentialism.

Further, life after love? Really? Are you suggesting that someone believes that they cease to exist the moment this metaphysical ‘mood’ of love departs one’s system? If not, please be more specific.

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Anonymous (2,654) (@) 8 years ago ago

I don’t believe there is truly something like “after love”. The way you love stays during your lifetime whether you agree or not.

I guess it’s true that you give what you get, but if you can’t get what you already have, you may just lack the conditions to give it and that’s where the pain comes from.

For example, if a person is staying at only one place and in an environment where he or she isn’t encouraged, supported, inspired, motivated, but around depression, pessimism, fatalism and persons with no-way-out of their own personal lack of love for life, the situation naturally calls for a change.

If it’s a cul-de-sac, it calls for guts.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-4_jihINVJpw/UGlCr7WsLKI/AAAAAAAAHYk/4-x9aeP6TcQ/s1600/Respect+yourself+enough+to+walk+away+from+anyone+or+anything+that+no+longer+serves+you+grows+you+or+makes+you+happy.jpg

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Nick (12) (@Brentn) 8 years ago ago

@psychonaut, Love is not just about human relationships. It is impossible to produce anything meaningful without loving it or the idea.first. As for human relationship love once having experienced it life takes on a different glow and its absence if lost is sorely noticed. One can certainly live without it but never by choice.

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Shalalanovala (37) (@Shalalanovala) 8 years ago ago

Don’t you have anything better to do than troll the internet Cher?

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Anonymous (2,654) (@) 8 years ago ago

This was a troll thread? I’m sure there’s already a thread about this with different type of answers.

I thought it’s a legitimate question considering the incompleteness,
or the feeling of emptiness that make people feel like their life is doomed when they’re emotionally crippled.

Furthermore, smirk lack of content and rich of complacence fests can lead to this, unless you’re invulnerable to all idiots everywhere and all the time. That was absolutely subliminal, I swear.

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This is the title of a Cher song

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

No matter how hard I try
You keep pushing me inside
And I can’t break through
There’s no talking to you
It’s so sad that you’re leaving
It takes time to believe it
But after all is said and done
You’re gonna be the lonely one

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Anonymous (2,654) (@) 8 years ago ago

Cher is so immature.

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

@beyond, shh you, chers a badass

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Barthomeloi (16) (@hybridext) 8 years ago ago

In all honesty, I did know who Cher was before you lot said, but that song was a classic back in the day

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adambadaymn (7) (@adambadaymn) 8 years ago ago

If life is hard, you have to change.

Also living “after love”

I’m doing my best

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