I guess love is complicated. There are many kinds. I was just wondering whether people think it's OK (kind of from a moral perspective; what's right and wrong) to be with someone if you're not sure that you passionately love them. There's more to life than passionate love - in fact, more to love - I know that. But should one give the opportunity to oneself and one's partner to go and find more passion? I kind of think passion is a good thing. But so is security and stability, etc..
passion is what we feel when we have done something good to our partner some have alot of passion others put 100 percent into passion and never feel anything sometime its who you are i think you can feel more passion when your not in a hurry also when you give it you get it back your right it sets a stage for passion security, stability are marked together so to speak and partner willing to let the other partner explore for it opens the door for trouble i would think
passion is the first step in love. It automatically evolves to a different form of love, passion can't last forever ! It just turns into a different form of love. Some people don't like when passion is over, and they change of partner to feel the passion again. Some other people (most, actually) want to stay with the partner, even after passion. It all depends on the person !
How is it love with no passion from the start?
It does take work to keep the passion alive.
Security and stability is something you can get from your dad.
If you love your job, are you not passionate about it?
If you hate your job, isn't it cause you don't feel passionate about what you're doing?
It kinda sounds like you either both feel the same way and are both scared to end it out of fear of hurting each other; or you're just not talking to each other about how you really feel.
Maybe your partner isn't sure of what you want, maybe you just need to learn to love the one you're with by realizing that out of all the people out there you found each other.
Eventually you'll either talk it out, or keep it in your head, the latter is WAYYY more maddening/insanity inducing.