Emotionally, you would know the answer to be infatuation. Spiritually, you could say love. But physically, the answer is simply Lust. For lust is the physical attraction to another person. Lust is an expression of love. Love cannot be restricted to the spiritual. It extends its full expression into to physical and emotion. The focus of love in these arenas of expression exist in Infatuation and Lust respectively.
Any desire, wanting or appreciation of another being is love. This desire for another, or the wanting to appreciate another is simply a response to the call of the bond that already exist between the desirer and the one being desired. Its simply a response to the call of love.
They call it infatuation when a guy starts having feelings for a girl. And then, they call it love when infatuation appear to pass the test of time and all other unspoken examinations. But then, the quality of infatuation that makes it temporary or unable to pass the test is simply a question of your focus. However, the connection/bond/love will always exist. Whether you choose to focus on it or not. Lust is however given such a bad rap, because it has its way of being evident – like the erecting of the male phallus. But why assign blame. We are physical beings, ain’t we?
Someone may argue that Infatuation and Lust are not expressions of love. I see the perspective they are may be coming from. As they could address these expressions to be conditional, while love is unconditional. And I say, that true. Infatuation and lust are the manifestation of love. Infatuation is love felt emotionally, and lust is love felt physically. Unconditionality was never their quality. They however represent the temporary and conditional focus on the unconditional bond of love. ... concludes in part 3 (check profile) *#Superman9ja*
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