So while browsing today, I came across this picture and I decided to ponder on it. The question didn’t strike me at first but then I started wondering about it..
“I love you” and “I’m in love with you?” They are completely different…here’s why
When you say “I love you”, your emotions for that person will be deep but will definitely have a limit. Like for example.. You tell your dad..or mom…I love you!!! There’s so much you can do for them compared to the person you tell I’m in love with you. How would it sound telling your folks I’m in love with you??? Weird right. Or your best friend…
I believe “I love you” is used majorly for those that are close to you, those that hold a special place in your life…in your heart, like a friend or relative or brother. The people that matter to you the most.
I’m in love with you is another whole new level of emotions that can’t be tamed, contained or restricted. You use this for the only one person that means everything to you in the entire universe. Someone you can die for, someone you wish to spend he rest of your life with. Someone you fall for everyday, someone who puts that smile on your face. You can’t share the emotions with anyone else not even your kids, just your boyfriend or girlfriend or husband or wife..
I believe it’s used for the portion of your heart that no one else holds…other than your soulmate.