Dissecting the Science of ROMANCE – chemistry, physics & biology…

I would have wanted to reblog this no matter what day it is. However, with it being Valentine’s Day, it certainly is appropriate.

Makeup & Breakup

In today’s fast paced world, romance is wrapped in gift and once the gift is unwrapped…the mythological cupid flies away with it’s wings. Love is in the air literally. The love relationships are getting corrupted with bribing of materialistic gifts, giving expensive gift for exchange of love…the agenda of gift is endangering the purity of romance in love. It is spiritual and it is emotional, and it is this internal connection in romance that needs no such external coronation.

Is it in our mind or in our heart?

Romance is a state of mind. Inherently paradox, as in prevalent common parlance romance is associated with heart. In fact this is the heart of the matter.

Romance is satisfaction but romance can be frustration. Romance is attraction but it can also be distraction. Romance could be infatuation. Romance could be anticipation. There are opposite forces working in the state of romance…

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4 Replies to “Dissecting the Science of ROMANCE – chemistry, physics & biology…”

    1. Even though I believe in evolution, I also think scientists have made some humongous mistakes with their theories about it. I do think Chimps have emotions similar to ours, just not developed as far. Although Nihar’s article talks about romance in terms of science, I think of romance as an expression of the emotion of love. I would think this would open all sorts of doors on the subject.

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  1. A meaty and sincere look at what comprises this peculiar part of our lives. It’s a terrific article, Glynis. The writing is expertly done, and the comments were just as engaging. Emotion or science? Certainly a division of opinions here. Thanks for sharing a worthy post.
    Cheers!

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