(it was supposed to be one of some drafts; whatsoever, it "bothers" me to be posted)
Love is perhaps one of the most subjective thing to a person to be understood, especially a romantic relationship between two different but united souls; but somehow, isn't it also most likely to be misunderstood and misinterpreted by some people? Love is practically influential, which justifies a reason that love is logically limitless; and to some, perhaps it’s not limited to any limitations human could ever create. This argument, whatsoever, has existed for centuries but has yet produced any final and unbeatable answer. However, as it is to be known, love should not be discussed as something that is limited, as love isn’t a limited resource or just a feeling which could be limited and reduced for some conditions. The reason of that argument is because love is rather subjective and unconditional.