words on love...
admits that love is wonderful and
necessary, yet no one can agree on what it is.'
(Diane Ackerman, 1994)
the extremely difficult realization that
something other than oneself is real.'
(Iris Murdoch, 1959)
a fruit in season at all times.'
(Mother Teresa, 1975)
like a card trick. After you know how it
works, it's no fun anymore.'
you more than my own skin.'
(Frida Kahlo, 1935)
'It is easier
to win love than to keep it.'
(Diane de Poitiers, 1910)
love you want the other person's good.
In romantic love you want the other person.'
(Margaret Anderson, 1953)
comes it comes without effort, like
(Helen Yglesias, 1976)
like the measles. The older you get it,
the worse the attack.'
(Mary Rinehart, 1909)
nothing better for the spirit or body than
a love affair. It elevates thoughts and flattens stomachs.'
(Barbara Howar, 1973)