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Sunday, April 06, 2008

True Love Tag Part III: Responses from Other People's Blogs (OPB)

Here are the questions, now it is up to you to Guess Which Famous Blogger wrote each response. Answers will be provided in True Love Tag Part IV below.

  1. What does true love mean to you? Looking beyond the personality of the one you love. You embrace the strength and weaknesses of that person.
  2. How do you know you're really in love? When you only feel safe and complete with him by your side. You can't imagine the thought of being and living without him.
  3. How many times in your life have you fallen in love? I am not going to give my answers as that I would like all answers to be original. I just want to see how many people feel the same way I do... I am interested in seeing how my friends respond.
  4. Have you ever fallen out of true love because you were mad at the moment? Not really mad, but finding out more about the person's true colours.
  5. Do you feel love and physical attraction are the same thing? Love should be given importance both mentally & physically...(According to me , a blind man loved by a normal girl is called as real love)
  6. If your true love became ill or disfigured would you continue to love them the same way? What kind of a silly question is that? Love is love, you don't just turn it off when things get tough. It's the hard times that really show your dedication and love for a person.
  7. Should anyone else be able to tell you who to love or not love? Some cultures still permit this. It's called Matchmaking. And prior to this century in America, it was pretty commonplace, even here in the US among certain ethnic communities. Everyone has seen Fiddler on the Roof, right? There are benefits to matchmaking, and for some families and individuals it might work out very well. I can't say what's right for anyone else, but for me, the answer is no. I would very much appreciate it if my best friends were honest with me and told me if I were making a mistake...if I was being deceived, if something didn't seem right to them about the relationship. And I would listen to them to a point. But ultimately, who I love and who I don't is 100% my decision based on what I feel and what I value and what I believe to be there.
  8. Do you believe people that ended up divorced were ever truly in love? Maybe. I can think of a few circumstances that would tear them apart. Death of a child, stress from financial worries, etc.
  9. Would you give up something you want for someone you love? I left my home country to be with the one I love and I believe with true love would make it easier to do.
  10. If you truly love someone do you feel it should be unconditional? No. I thought I had found my one true love, but she had seven other husbands (Henry the Eight I am I am) and was just using us all for payday loans.

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