True, and I “believe” in all of these categories of love, but part of me feels that one can’t simply define love and place it into a certain structured type like the ones you have listed above.
Love, for me, is individual to each person I come in contact with. I love each of my friends in a different way, for different reasons - whether that’s a sort of platonic love or the deepest of eros, or even an indescribable mix of them all.
Feelings change day by day (at least they do for me) and love is included. I am constantly re-evaluating my thoughts on love and have come to decide that I have no set definition and will no longer try to define my love, rather I will simply feel what I feel and try not to burden myself with labeling these confusing and wonderful sensations.
Love is something so beautifully confusing. I’m afraid I might be in love with love itself.
And there’s so much more that can be said or questioned, but I am quite tired and I also have a slight language deficiency - I have a very hard time putting my jumbled thoughts into words.
Also, you being anonymous forces me to broadcast my thoughts to hundreds of people (which is both good and bad) and I’m not fond of letting people hide behind anonymity, but you may do what you want.