Tuesday, December 15, 2009


It’s easy to confuse between love and infatuation.

Infatuation may seem like love, and it is often intense,
but there are several important differences.

Understanding the diferences between love, lust and
can save you a lot of pain in relationships
and help you to know when it really is love.

Unconditional love is deviation based on commitment
and unselfish concern for one another. It freely accepts
another in loyalty and seeks his or her good.

Love is patient.

Lust is an intense sexual desire or appetite, an
overwhelming desire, as in lust for power. A sexual urge
or physical impulse.

Infatuation is an unrealistic or extravagant love or
admiration appealing to the sense and impulses, sometimes
called lust. Infatuation may be the initial attraction
that will, with time and commitment, grow into a mature
and unconditional love.

“Love waits. Lust wants. Love can’t wait to give what is
true and honorable. Lust can’t wait to take. Love mends.
Lust hurts. Love is secure. Lust is selfish. Lust ends.
Love lasts.”

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