The fine line between love and lust is one often felt to be unrelated. While many claim lust is not love, others feel it's an intricate part. Regardless studies prove lust does come into play.
Do you feel it takes lust to build a solid and lasting love that can stand the test of time?
Webster’s defines love as a strong affection for another rising from kinship or personalities and defines lust as an intense longing.
Do you think of lust as a fleeting moment fading in time? Imagine, how humans capable of a vast range of feelings, emotions and needs can honestly remove lust from the formula. Could it be we need lust, is it a positive?
Do you feel lust is an important part of a relationship and does love need lust to last?