Love is a contentious issue; people perceive and experience differently. Philosophers, scientists, poets, and writers have favored the topic for generations, but they continue to argue over its ideal definition. I believe that love is an intricate set of philosophies, emotions, and behaviors typically associated with strong feelings of warmth, admiration, protectiveness, and kindness for another person.
I think that love is an intense feeling of affection experienced between two or more individuals who share similar objectives, ideals, philosophies, or are related, especially by blood. Arguably, it is the most profound feeling we experience as humans, although it also applies in other animals and things such as religious beliefs. I consider love as complicated because although at times it occurs by choice, other times it is involuntary. Sometimes people do not have control over who they love or why they love them; it just happens. Notably, people who share this intricate feeling are often willing to prioritize the happiness or well-being of the other person over theirs, they are protective, respectful, and trusting among other admirable characteristics. For instance, they show strong feelings of need, attachment, or affection for each other. Love is protective but at the same time permissive because it lets the other person fulfill their needs and wants as long as they do not hurt or infringe on the trust and respect between the individuals.
Love is a complex set of emotions, behaviors, and philosophies. I believe that even though people experience it differently, some of its aspects are conventional. For instance, people who love each other have respect, trust, protectiveness, affection, and need. Notably, love can be by choice or it uncontrollable.