“Why do the words I LOVE YOU need an answer though everybody knows that it’s not a question,” a lady friend asked. Upon hearing such wondrous statement suddenly I come up with questions to myself: Why is it? And how is that?
Naturally, if your partner say something like I Love You automatically you would answer I Love You Too without realizing the entire thought if it is a mere question that requires an instant reply or just simply nothing-a plain expression of the other party who’s intended for the sweet words of love. Or there’s something more of value than the latter.
Really, we can sense if a couple is pretty much serious with their relationship when they both treat the exchanging of I Love Yous’ as an assurance that they truly love each other, not because he or she is being ask or an expression as I have said awhile ago. Because whoever decided to enter the realm of love be sure that you’re not really stepping on a blazzing flame that would burn you out, a regret that always happen at the end.
Vividly, I Love You is not a question nor an expression but, instead, imense words that must have been said that you truly cares reciprocally and eventually to spend the rest of ones lives under each others arms no matter what happen. And it’s really awesome to love and be loved.
Now, if you have fiance or girl friend and boyfriend, wife or husband, bestfriend or close friend, etc., that you frequently told I Love You, and certainly received an answer try to analyze before you answer this question. Is I Love You a question or not?