If you ask a biologist, love is a biochemical reaction that maintains species.
A neurochemical process to do with hormones and instinct.
If you ask a religious believer, he or she will tell you it’s God.
Ask a philosopher and he’ll ponderously expound on themes such as existence, humanity, and truth.
If you ask a psychologist, they’ll likely tell you it’s emotions.
Ask a linguist and he’ll tell you it’s a socio-semantic construct.
And if you ask me…
You get no answer.
I’d just smile at you, most probably.
Because for all my years of introspection and meditation…
Despite having ‘fallen in love’ many times – with women, with life, with meditation, with music, and most recently with art…
I just have no clue what it is, what it means, what it’s for, or when it’s real.
But I do know one thing: if you do love, or if you are in love – act on it.
This life is too short to shield ourselves, or to hide our emotions, or to play safe.
Be brazen, be audacious – be in love.
Like Brendon Burchard likes to say: “Live openly, love fully, and make a difference”.
Today, I wish for someone special to show up and express their love for you.
One thing useful to fall in love with? Daily email-writing.