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Kinds of love

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Kinds of love
Kinds of love

Kinds of love in the past

The Arabs had many names for love. This is their habit in everything that their understanding of it is intense, or how much it affects their hearts. To venerate him, or care for him, or love him. So they put for love close to sixty names.

Love, relationship, passion, desire, love, passion, affection, affliction, affection, orphanhood, adoration, air, burial, longing, longing, fascination, madness, rather, al-Tabarih, dams, immersions, woe, grief, noc Depression, affliction, sadness, stupor, stinging, burning, sleeplessness, insomnia, eagerness, nostalgia, slackness, debauchery, slander, temptation, madness, slander, dementia, rabies, insomnia, friendliness, affection, love, love, infatuation, and madness. To droop, and allure.

Kinds of love

Degrees of love

Degrees of love among Arabs The degrees of love among Arabs differ, and some considered them fourteen degrees, and they are as follows:
Hawa: Hawa is mentioned frequently in ancient and modern love poems, and it is the first degree of love, and it indicates the inclination of a lover to another person.
Sahabi: It is the second degree of love, and it is considered deeper than the degree of passion, and in this degree it comes to mutual flirtation between the two lovers.
Passion: It indicates the endocardium of the heart, which is its membrane, and it means the depth of feelings of love, and their reach to the membrane of the heart.
Wajd: Wajd is considered one of the developed stages of love, and it indicates the constant thinking of the beloved, and the inability to forget him.
Melasma: It is one of the developed degrees of love, as it indicates the intensity of fondness, and the depth of thinking about the beloved.
Adoration: This word is considered one of the most famous expressions in love, which is known as deep love, but it is one of the degrees of love, and it means intense love, offering sacrifices, and the inability to abandon the beloved, which is a love mixed with lust.
Al-Najwa: It is one of the degrees of love that occurs in cases of distance and separation, and this love is mixed with sadness. Not being able to reach the beloved.
Longing: Longing is one of the developed degrees of love among Arabs, where longing for the beloved is felt as soon as he is absent, even if his absence is for simple moments.
Al-Wasab: It represents the feelings of pain and pain that afflict the lover, and may cause him to become ill. Submission: It means the lover's feeling of humiliation and submission. As a result of intense love, the lover cannot refuse any command of the beloved.
Friendliness: It is reached after a period of time, and it is the basic stage in marriage that achieves balance between spouses, and this degree expresses tender love, which is devoid of turbulent feelings.
The ten: This degree is similar to the degree of intimacy in principle, and it takes a period of time to develop, and it usually occurs after a period of marriage.
Al-Wala: One of the advanced degrees of love among Arabs, and expresses the absence of happiness in the absence of the beloved, as life is linked to the presence of the beloved.
Al-Hayam: It is the highest degree of love, and it is intended to reach the stage of madness with the beloved, and pure love that cannot be tolerated.
Love among the Arabs The Arabs differed in determining the degrees of love, some of them linked social relations in love, and classified its degrees to nine degrees, and others adopted the Arabic language, and classified it into fourteen degrees, and it is worth mentioning here that the word love in the Arabic language carries many meanings, as It can be considered as a general word that summarizes several meanings. The language dictionaries mentioned that the word love is taken from the word bean, which refers to the name of seeds that grow in the desert. It was also stated that the reason for calling love is love; Because it is the core and the origin of plants, and love is the origin and the core of life, and love is derived from the word Habab, which is the one who rises above water when heavy rain, and this indicates the boiling of the heart, and the abundance of its fondness to meet the beloved.

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