"I can't separate love from lust", Jamie Cullum said.

Indonesia
December 24, 2007 4:15am CST
Yeah, that's interesting word from him. may you guys educate me. can you separate love from lust?
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@ssh123 (31096)
• India
24 Dec 07
Whatever is said is his experience. It may not be for everyone. For me, love is different from lust. Love is different from infatuation. Love is definitely different from s e x. Love is simply beautiful, whereas the lust is for physical gratification - a physiological need.
• Indonesia
25 Dec 07
Yup. It's totally different. I can say, "There is lust in LOVE, but there is none of love in LUST"... You know what I mean
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@academic2 (7009)
• Uganda
24 Dec 07
The day you want to sleep with anybody your eyes catches contact with,never aring about that person any more after you have done what you want with him/her, know right away that you are being lustful. But if you have one person whom you connect with,dream about in the night,sing his or her name, the one and only person that makes your world go round then you know you are indeed in love. You are usually caring about that person, you can make big sacrifices for that person and you can even die for that person-that is what we call love.
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@crom07 (233)
• Philippines
25 Dec 07
of course you can..maybe you need to reflect to god,so our minds will be clear. we ask him the right directions the real path for love
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• Indonesia
25 Dec 07
huehuehue... of course I can... but Jamie Cullum can't.
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@garyeye (202)
• Philippines
25 Dec 07
Love and lust are as different as water and oil, they don't mix. Like air and poison gas,you can inhale them both but with different side effects. Lust is a selfish desire to sattisfy an inquenchable thirst and love is giving, even tottally giving ones self selflessly.
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• Indonesia
25 Dec 07
Mmm... okay. You have totally different point of view with me. If you make analogy to water and oil, I would say Love and Lust are just like water and oxygen. I mean there is lust in love but there is none of love in lust... there is oxygen in water but there is no water in oxygen. hehehe
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