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Why do you feel the need to pop in and out of my life? There no need for us to be friends, we don’t have to speak. I’m good with that and I’m sure you are too. So why do you want to known where I been at? Minding my own damn business, that’s where. I’m not sure if I forgive you but I’m damn sure over you.
The following explains entirely why I’ve really only been in two relationships.
“Another interpretation is for storge to be used to describe a sexual relationship between two people that gradually grew out of a friendship—storgic lovers sometimes cannot pinpoint the moment that friendship turned…
She go to work
She go to school
Her body smooth
Type of girl that’ll make your mother feel comfortable
My pops love her too
She handle her business
She believe in God and no other religions
Never in competition
Can you explain the different types of love like agape and eros, I forget the others. I can’t understand them, like I think agape is the highest one but is that only for God to give or can we give that to others too?
Eros: The love of passion. The love of first…
“Well, it seems to me that the best relationships - the ones that last - are frequently the ones that are rooted in friendship. You know, one day you look at the person and you see something more than you did the night before. Like a switch has been flicked somewhere. And the person who was just a friend is… suddenly the only person you can ever imagine yourself with.”
― Gillian Anderson
Epithumia/ Eros / Storge / Phileo / Agape ?
Epithumia: Is of Greek origin and is a love based on a strong desire of many sorts. Many times it is associated with lust or sometimes to covet. While epithumia love can draw couples closer together it can also be divisive as it can lead…
- Stewie: I like you lot. I guess you could say I... really like you. I would... even dare to go a little further, perhaps. I... care a great deal about you. Very great deal. Maybe even... deeper than that. I... I... I love you. I mean, you know, not in like a, "Hey, let's, you know, let's have an underpants party," or whatever grownups do when they're in love, but I mean, I mean, I love you as one loves another person whom one simply cannot do without.
- Brian: Well I... I love you, too, Stewie.
- Stewie: You give my life purpose, and maybe, maybe that's enough. Because that's just about the greatest gift one friend can give another.