You feel deeply attracted to another person so much that you want to be with them all the time, but to what do you have in common with them? Your heart says that you are falling in love, but your head is still in question. It is easy to know about physical sex, however describing true love is a challenge.
Lust involves infatuation – Sometimes you tend to get attracted to another person’s physical traits. You find your partner irresistible. You begin to imagine what would happen if the two you get really intimate. However, can you imagine the two of you doing anything but sex and romance? If the two of you lack the compatibility on other levels, that “loving feeling” would simply fade away from your body. True love, however, looks beyond appearance.
Love never follows a checklist – The things we used to think mattered most for a person we would marry no longer do. You may have insisted before that you could only fall in love with someone with certain qualities such as education, attainment, or behavior; but true love makes all those things irrelevant and immaterial.
Feeling in love is unique – True love makes you experience emotions and feelings that you have never felt before. This feeling is unique, different from the usual physical attraction, and most of all special.
Love is blind, deaf, and insensitive – People would say you are crazy, but you still defend the person you love, even telling others they do not know” him/her” the way you do. They may see the flaws of a person, but for you these same qualities make your partner the “one.”
Love changes you – One notable thing about being in love is not that it remains forever, but that it enables you to do things you have never done before. You quit your job and applied where your partner works, you stand up to your parents, and you hang out with a new set of friends, and so on. Your passion towards that person may not last, but your love will evolve into something deeper, purer, and more meaningful.