Gormless, I had to look that one up, never ran across that one before! I think you are referring more to lust than love, although I sometimes have difficulty differentiating between the two myself. Love is a difficult thing to define, for me anyway, as the years have gone by. I recall a period when I defined it as "the anticipation of unmet and expected desires" or "projected need fulfillment", which is as meaningless as as saying "lustful intent". However, there is a lot more to it than that I find after looking back on my life and having several very loving relationships as well as lust-filled ones, but that is just in my current lifetime. One of my most "proof of reincarnation" moments occurred forty-two years ago in such a relationship where I discovered that I knew things I had no experience of in this lifetime, 'nuf said about that relationship. My feelings for my deceased sister, who was nine years older than me, is still strong - I still miss her even now after her death fourteen years ago. And, I'm humbled by my current wife's apparent love for me by accepting all that she is burdened with in our marriage, my disability, property upkeep, and even knowing that she will be a rather young widow. I feel inadequate most of the time when considering what I have to offer, not only now, but at any time in my life. I have been blessed in this respect.