Love and Let Lust.
Everyone currently dating needs to ask the question…Am I in love or am I in lust?
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Lust literally means over-desire. It is when you take something that is good, twist it, and add cravings to it so you are consumed until you are gratified. Love is the foundation our families and society are based on. Lust is just a physical emotion that we act upon when we get caught up in the moment. However, most of us fall in love with someone we find physically attractive. Because of this, hurt and confusion can easily be caused when you or your partner confuse love and lust with each other.
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Lust is an intense sexual desire or appetite that is based on self-gratification and has little to do with true feelings for the other person. Lust wants to get, love longs to give.
Lust sells because it appeals to the dark side of us that only wants to get. Lust attacks not only guys, but females as well. You deserve so much better. You are worth so much more. Remember, lust kills, but love brings life. I have been in a relationship for a bit over 8 months right now with a very loving boyfriend, and both of us want to wait until marriage for sex but I keep having thoughts about sexually pleasuring him.
Lust is destructive. I kept seeing this guy because the sex made me feel alive. Other than the times in bed I rejected him, over and over. I felt like I could use him, that he would let me use him and I took advantage of that. He stayed because he believed in the good of people, I stayed because I knew I could use him.
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It took a couple months for me to realize how extremely unhealthy the situation was and how much self rejection and disrespect was part of it. Yet, I kept in touch with him for 2,5 month after the last time I saw him and he let me. And I was driven by the thoughts of sex with him. Seeing him again never happened, even when I had the chance, deep in my heart I knew it would be so destructive, but I was able to stay in touch with him.
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I needed a release when my need for sex with him kept coming back and decided to sleep with someone I had met before his time. But that doesn't satisfy a person because the person is actually spiritual in essence. He is by nature spirit soul, non-material. Therefore, no amount of sensual or material pleasure will satisfy him and make him happy within himself. There is also an apex or a union in love —union with the Supreme Being.
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The same desire for union is there in spiritual life as in material life. While the materialist seeks sexual union, the self-realized soul seeks union with the Supreme Person. If we look at it from the up-down angle, lust is the inclination for union going downward to the various senses while love is this natural inclination for union going upward to the Supreme Lord.
In other words, lust is not something that you can have at the same time as love. Lust is an opposite in the sense that it's the clouded or perverted manifestation of love. And in love, the primary interest is the pleasure of the beloved, right?
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