Love Versus Infatuation Famous Quotes & Sayings

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30 Love Versus Infatuation Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: The ultimate form is the embodiment of love (Premswaroop)! The love of these (so called) The ultimate form is the embodiment of love (Premswaroop)! The love of these (so called) lovers (Romeo-Juliet) does not work there. The Love of God (the Lord) is 'Pure Love'. That which increases or decreases is infatuation [asakti]. There is no increase or decrease in 'Pure Love'. — Dada Bhagwan
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Zack Love: So ... Now that we got that over with, let's get back to love at So ... Now that we got that over with, let's get back to love at first sight, Evan said.
Not infatuation at first sight ... Love. With a capital L, he clarified.
Love? Heeb asked, playfully pretending not to know the concept.
Yeah. The real thing. The conviction that if you had this one woman, all other women would become irrelevant. You'd never again be unhappy And you'd give up anything to have her and keep her.
You've experienced that?
Only once. And I haven't stopped thinking about it ever since.
Tell me more.
Sometimes I think that I still chase women just to forget about her. Because I know I can never have her. But I can't seem to forget about her, no matter what girl I'm chasing ... No one can possibly compare ...
Who is she?
Delilah, Evan said wistfully.
Delilah?, asked Heeb, intrigued
Delilah Nakova, Evan replied, with a hint of awe and reverence in his voice. — Zack Love
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Luke Blaise Pereira: Infatuation is like a drug that gives you the best high yet gives you the Infatuation is like a drug that gives you the best high yet gives you the worst headache after. — Luke Blaise Pereira
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Michael Bassey Johnson: Don't cry for someone who would love smiling when your tears are flowing. Don't cry for someone who would love smiling when your tears are flowing. — Michael Bassey Johnson
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: I'm just saying ... I love you. And I can't imagine stopping ... I'm just saying ... I love you. And I can't imagine stopping ... — Rainbow Rowell
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Martin Amis: And quite right too. Thinking back, actually, 'self-infatuation' strikes me as a rather ill-chosen word. And quite right too. Thinking back, actually, 'self-infatuation' strikes me as a rather ill-chosen word. It isn't so much that I like or love myself. Rather, I'm sentimental about myself. (I say, is this normal for someone my age?) What do I think of Charles Highway? I think: 'Charles Highway? Oh, I like him. Yes, I've got a soft spot for old Charles. He's all right is Charlie. Chuck's ... okay. — Martin Amis
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Ashly Lorenzana: If somebody never gets enough of you, they will always want more If somebody never gets enough of you, they will always want more — Ashly Lorenzana
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Kellyn Roth: [A]ll these years, I had been telling myself that my feelings for you were a [A]ll these years, I had been telling myself that my feelings for you were a juvenile infatuation; a dream inspired by my secret hope that somewhere there could be a creature who could love me. — Kellyn Roth
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Jeffrey Eugenides: They didn't exchange a single word. But in the weeks that followed, Trip spent his They didn't exchange a single word. But in the weeks that followed, Trip spent his days wandering the halls, hoping for Lux to appear, the most naked person with clothes on he had ever seen. Even in sensible school shoes, she shuffled as though barefoot, and the baggy apparel Mrs. Lisbon bought for her only increased her appeal, as though after undressing she had put on whatever was handy. In corduroys her thighs rubbed together, buzzing, and there was always at least one untidy marvel to unravel him: an untucked shirttail, a sock with a hole, a ripped seam showing underarm hair. She carted her books from class to class but never opened them. Her pens and pencils were as temporary as Cinderella's broom. When she smiled, her mouth showed too many teeth, but at night Trip Fontaine dreamed of being bitten by each one. — Jeffrey Eugenides
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Amaka Imani Nkosazana: People love for so many different reasons. Some love you for only what you can People love for so many different reasons. Some love you for only what you can do for them. Others love you for how much money you have or various material things. Love is sometimes tossed around like throwing a bone to a dog. And, some people have love confused with lust or infatuation. Those are both temporary and artificial, not genuine. — Amaka Imani Nkosazana
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Loretta Chase: I am not in love with you," she said. "It is an infatuation. I have I am not in love with you," she said. "It is an infatuation. I have heard of such derangements happening to elderly spinsters. — Loretta Chase
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Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Raphael Montes: What you feel is infatuation. It's an illness, an obsession. It's anything but love. What you feel is infatuation. It's an illness, an obsession. It's anything but love. — Raphael Montes
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Alyssa Urbano: For him, she was the evil one; the antagonist to his life story. The reason For him, she was the evil one; the antagonist to his life story. The reason he was married at an early age.
And to her, he would always be her infatuation gone horribly wrong. — Alyssa Urbano
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Rhona Cameron: Was that pity? I think it was. No wonder, I even pity myself. Will the Was that pity? I think it was. No wonder, I even pity myself. Will the pity make her love me? Make her take me home with her and look after me like the plant? Fucking bastard smug plant. — Rhona Cameron
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Charles Dickens: Yet the room was all in all to me, Estella being in it. Yet the room was all in all to me, Estella being in it. — Charles Dickens
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Nikki Gemmell: Is it love, obsession, infatuation? You don't know. You think of a strange and beautiful Is it love, obsession, infatuation? You don't know. You think of a strange and beautiful word you read about once, Limerance, a psychological term, meaning an obsessive love, a state that's almost like a drug. Need like a wolf paces the perimeter of your world, back and forth, back and forth, never letting up ... You're appalled by the new appetites within you, kicking their feet and clawing to get out. — Nikki Gemmell
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: My love affair with (him) had a wonderful element of romance to it, which I My love affair with (him) had a wonderful element of romance to it, which I will always cherish. But it was not an infatuation, and here's how I can tell: because I did not demand that he become my Great Emancipator or my Source of All Life, nor did I immediately vanish into that man's chest cavity like a twisted, unrecognizable, parasitical homonculus. During our long period of courtship, I remained intact within my own personality, and I allowed myself to meet (him) for who he was. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Zoe Marriott: I've been in darkness nearly all my life, and you brought light into my existance I've been in darkness nearly all my life, and you brought light into my existance for the first time. And maybe that's why I started to ... have feeling for you. You seemed like a dream. [ ... ] But that's just infatuation. Hero worship. It's not real. I've learned a lot about love in these last months. Abd part of what I've learned is you have to want someone for who they are, not who you want them to be. You have to love a real person, not some dream in your head. Neither of us could have lived that way. — Zoe Marriott
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: He was entrancing, with that epicene beauty which in extreme youth sings aloud for love He was entrancing, with that epicene beauty which in extreme youth sings aloud for love and withers at the first cold wind. — Evelyn Waugh
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Robert Black: The good thing about dating quite a few girls in your youth is that in The good thing about dating quite a few girls in your youth is that in your later years they may reappear, in your dreams, in your sleep, exactly the same, slightly different, or completely unrecognizable as someone else, but the feelings of infatuation, even love, will be as strong as if it was the real thing, and so you will wake up many mornings, in a good mood. — Robert Black
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Sarah Dessen: I didn't pretend to know Eli at all, but even so, I'd noticed that his I didn't pretend to know Eli at all, but even so, I'd noticed that his manner was slightly hard to read. It was something in the way he talked that made it difficult to tell whether he was kidding or serious or what. This bothered me. Or intrigued me. Or both. — Sarah Dessen
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Giacomo Casanova: You will laugh when you discover that I often had no scruples about deceiving nitwits You will laugh when you discover that I often had no scruples about deceiving nitwits and scoundrels and fools when I found it necessary. As for women, this sort of reciprocal deceit cancels itself out, for when love enters in, both parties are usually dupes — Giacomo Casanova
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Crystal Woods: Butterflies. Everyday. Butterflies. Everyday. — Crystal Woods
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Elizabeth Hunter: Don't you realize how I adore you? ... But I couldn't steal the life of Don't you realize how I adore you? ... But I couldn't steal the life of a girl when I wanted a woman's love. I wanted you to have a choice, not an infatuation. — Elizabeth Hunter
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Maeve Binchy: It was so silly to try to define things by words. What did one person It was so silly to try to define things by words. What did one person mean by infatuation or obsession and another mean by love. The whole thing couldn't be tidied away with neat little labels. - Lena Gray — Maeve Binchy
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Javier Marias: Some people think that being in love or infatuated is a modern invention that appears Some people think that being in love or infatuated is a modern invention that appears only in novels. Be that as it may, it nevertheless exists, the invention, the word, and our capacity for such a feeling. — Javier Marias
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: Love has many mysteries, and this first infatuation is also a mystery, even if a Love has many mysteries, and this first infatuation is also a mystery, even if a minor one - most people who rush into it get engaged or indulge in other foolish pranks, and then it's all over with the twinkling of an eye and they don't know what they have conquered or what they have lost. — Soren Kierkegaard
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By John Daniel Thieme: a few words spoken beneath the moon, lovemay be, but I write your namein the a few words spoken beneath the moon, love
may be, but I write your name
in the celestial dust that lingers
in the air, above
the veilchenblau roses, callow
and pale — John Daniel Thieme
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By Anamika Mishra: Love is not blind. Infatuation is blind. Love is all-seeing and still accepting. Love is not blind. Infatuation is blind. Love is all-seeing and still accepting. — Anamika Mishra
Love Versus Infatuation Sayings By C W Newman: We commonly confuse love with the strong emotions most often associated with it, such as We commonly confuse love with the strong emotions most often associated with it, such as joy, attachment, lust, infatuation, pleasure, pain, fear, and hope, to name a few. But, love is not a feeling; love itself is an action. There are countless emotions and beliefs that can cause us to love. Love is the willing giving of self to another living being. Love is giving the life, time, energy, and resources that we would normally give or use for our self to someone else. Love is an action that enhances the well-being of another living being. — C W Newman