And there's also a lot of wisdom in this video from practically every kind of couple imaginable. Wisdom in the form of couples struggling to define what love is and what love means for them. I went through the video and made a transcript of all the times the couples mention love. Hopefully in the comments you will tell me which one is your favorite. And maybe you'll share something of yourself, and tell me what you think love is and how you would define it. Here's to wishing you many warm fuzzies (and seriously watch the video).
Love is not something you can really look for. It's not scripted. It just happens.
You find love and then you lose love and then you have to work to find it again. And then you lose it.
I think if you really like...ya know, grow yourself and get to really know yourself first; then you can find love.
I think when you publicly propose to somebody it really inspires love all around.
Proposals, you plan it in your head, you plan it on paper, and in the end it's just who you're askin' to marry you and spend the rest of your life with.
I rolled out of bed one morning before my wife and said, "Will you marry me?"
I was confident that she would say yes. Otherwise I'd--
No, you weren't confident!
I was confident.
I think love is an attachment. And, um, I found that I was so attached to my lady that I couldn't love anyone else.
I think it's like a very brave thing to look for love, to fall in love, and to ask for someone to love you back.
Once you're in love, you're in love. You can't control that. It's not an off and on switch.
Love doesn't go in a straight line. There's curves and twists and turns and bumps.
Love finds you. Yeah, it finds you.
Twenty years later we're here and this guy...has appeared...four years...ago.
Six years later...engaged! See the ring!
We just got engaged.