on love


Susan Sontag had an interesting view to what Love meant for her. In her book on Love: Illustrated Diary Excerpts she says that:

Nothing is mysterious, no human relation. Except love.


My own views of Love have changed, reshaped, shifted and remoulded itself considerably, over the years, more so in the last few.



I honour, treasure and cherish Love in all its forms more deeply than I have ever done before. And I guess, in many ways, I would agree with Sontag, in that it remains as mysterious for me as ever.

What does Love mean to you?




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I'm a woman living in London and this blog captures what lands within my sight and connects with my psyche. I expect it to evolve naturally. It is a place I shall visit from time to time and where things that I am touched by deeply will find a soft place to land. As a psychotherapist and a continuing student, most of the articles you shall find here will somehow, in some way, be related to therapy and well-being. I love comments, so feel free to add yours, whenever and however. I wish you well.

3 thoughts on “on love”

  1. What I find interesting is that love really is the most imporant thing in lfe and we hear about it so often- but we commonly ignore the call in practice while aying it lip service. of course by love here I dont simply mean ‘romanitic’ love but care, comapssion, and connection. I hope that you are filled with love 😉

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    1. I agree that Love is the most important thing in life. I think it’s what we’ve come here to learn and become. Compassion to me, is one of the greatest expression of Love. And I would agree with you on that lip service remark. Put it into action I’d say 😊


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