We put ourselves on a journey through the centuries on the most important issue of humanity with the following love quotes from 800 BC to 21st century:
|Quotes About Love From 800 BC To Present Day( 21st Century)|
And "I'm sitting here thinking of you reminds me, I love! you!"? - Their origin is almost 3000 years apart! The first quotation comes from the famous Greek poet Homer, the creator of the "Ilias" and the "Odysee". The second is by an unknown author of the present.
While the unforgotten Homer would be described as a superstar on today's scale, the author or the author of the second spelling was soon forgotten or was not known because of an anonymous publication.
The Web 2.0 provides us with deep insights into the living language of the people. Anyone who goes into the search in this fund will be surprised how many compassionate or witty quotes about the love can be found. I wonder if in the last three thousand years the love of people has changed fundamentally.
Our everyday life has radically changed, but our genes have remained the same and therefore everything that is innate in us and can not be characterized by life experiences. Can quotes provide answers to this question? If, for example, I read the texts of Confucius, these truths, as expressed in words, seem timelessly valid to me.
We put ourselves on a journey through the centuries on the most important issue of humanity with the following love sayings:
Quotes about love from 800 BC To 21st Century
800 years BC
"Everyone, the good and honest heart, loves his wife, and maintains it with tenderness." Author: Homer
500 years BCE
What you love, let free it. If it's back, it's yours - forever. Confucius (ca 551 -. 479 BCE) !
400 years BC
Love is in the one who loves, not in the one who is loved. Plato (ca. 424-348 BC)
Around the year 0
You want to be loved? So love! Seneca (1 - 65)
love whole heartedly - and then do what you want. Aurelius Augustinus (354-430)
Whole Wide World is built on self-love. Meister Eckhart (1260 - 1328)
Love is price of life. Schiller (1759-1805)
love is the poetry of the senses. Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850)
I love you so much! I would suggest you safely give a tile from my oven. Joachim Ringelnatz (1883-1934)
I sit here and think of you! Then I remember, I love you! Author Unknown
Quotes About Love From 800 BC To Present Day( 21st Century)
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