Of course m8!!
Love can be explained briefly as the desire to make another happy in everything that you do and say.
Your question does not make sense.
They simply do if it is her will; she is the goddess of love and desire. She had a host of attendant gods, including Eros and the Erotes, personifications of love and desire, and the Kharites, goddesses of grace and beauty.
Signs of love include putting that person's needs before your own, thinking about how your actions affect him or her, and a desire to make that person happy, even if it means sacrificing some of your own "wants."
Some alternative words for love and passion are Desire Amorous heartfelt yearning Need
Love Desire was created on 1991-05-16.
u need to make a cliam on the world and the people u love to get what u most desire. (the last sentence in the book) You need to make a claim on the world and the people you love to get what you most desire. (the last sentence in the book)
Take he/she to some where they desire
Aphrodite was the goddess that was the personification of desire, sexuality, and love.
You desire to love when you have love within yourself. The starting point is oneself, one must first have what he/she is willing to give out. After having love within, then it an be shared.
Holden fears and desire love because he lost someone that he love and he is afraid that if he loves again he will loose then to