So, you loved with all your heart?

March 30, 2009 8:15pm CST
In a heart transplant, the love felt by the donor is not the love felt by the acceptor. So why did the heart been related to emotions? When in fact it was always the mind that governs our emotions. Is, 'I love you with all my mind' sweeter that 'I love you with all my heart'? What do you think?
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@oyenkai (4398)
• Philippines
1 Apr 09
I think we equate the true feelings of love with out heart because we feel our chest constrict whenever we feel great immense of love - it's because the heart pumps the blood through the rest of the body and it is not really governed by the logical thinking of our brain since it's an involuntary muscle :) Thanks for the response on my discussion!
• Philippines
2 Apr 09
Thanks for the reply! Very well said. The heart is an involuntary muscle.
@ctrymuziklvr (11059)
• United States
31 Mar 09
I think that proves that we love with more than our heart! I used to say "I love you with all my heart and soul"....which means that my soul would something to do with right? We also love with our emotions as far as I'm concerned.
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
Thanks for the reply. As for me, I would always say that I honestly love you. I just wonder why is heart become and indication of love? Any idea?