Who invented love and how to feel about love

September 11, 2008 1:46am CST
I don't know ?
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@Myrrdin (3601)
• Canada
11 Sep 08
That's like asking who invented breathing. Love is a chemical and emotional reaction. Both physiological and psychological, no one invented it. It is possible someone could be credited with first coining a term to describe the feeling, but not with inventing it.
2 people like this
• United States
16 Sep 08
What an excellent answer for such a ridiculous question!
@quinnkl (1668)
• United States
12 Sep 08
Well, there is the 64,000 question. If you are religious you will answer God. If not, who knows. But more importantly what is love, how does it feel, etc etc etc. You could go on and on. It is definitely a personal feeling. And the feeling of love is so different for relationships, family, children, etc.
• India
11 Sep 08
nobody invented it. Atleast I am very sure of THAT. if love was invented, then you and me were to pay royalty for loving one another. Love is not an invention. It is a feeling. a feeling that we express for one another. Love is different according to person to whom it is directed. It is relative in nature. Love towards ones parents, children, brother/sister, spouse, girl/boy friends, friends, relatives, neighbours, fellow countrymen etc have different intensities. But one thing. Love is just love. it cant be anything else.
@joy4you (641)
• India
11 Sep 08
God created love, don't worry too much about it, when it happens you will know.
@chaijudin (506)
• Indonesia
11 Sep 08
God created love, The biggest love is to give your life to someone that don,t love you and only Jesus done that
@nanayangel (7862)
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
Hi there Lovely Byte! Love started with God. That's why He created us and He let His son, Jesus Christ come down to save us from our sins. That's the highest form of love. Unconditional and pure. There are different kinds of love like from a mother to a child and vice versa, love between friends, romantic love, and lots more.