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What's it like to love someone?

Take it I'm an alien from far away, or simply not certain about love. Also, not looking for something philosophical or abstract, but as concrete and specific as you can.
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tynamite's avatar I'm not going to waste your time by telling you about how amazing it is like a gold painted rollercoaster filled with roses . That won't help you in the slightest.

When you are in love with someone, they are always on your mind. When you are around them, they shine a light upon your day. It is these sorts of people who give you direction in your life, making you feel special, in the way that you're supposed to feel. Also their flaws will become their good points, because you are so attracted to their merits.

We spend our time on this planet primarily doing solitary activities, and being locked in our own silos when we are around people. So it is nice to be able to find someone who can sort out the untangle the wires that got into knots as we walked around for so long.

Once you've found someone who you love, self destructive thoughts you may have about self esteem and paranoia etc, vanish away; because the way that person treats people, makes that no longer important.

That's the best way I can put it.

Update

Love provides a greater meaning of the gaps inbetween the words, than the words expressed themselves.
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