Most of what we think of as “love” is bullshit
Kris Gage

When my wife asks me why I love her I tell her I cannot answer the question because there is no “why,” to it. I simply do. I treasure and cherish her. If we add a “why” to that reality, then if the why ever changes or goes away, my reason for loving her would go away with it. It is true, that there are myriad things about my wife, my best friend, that I enjoy and admire, but they neither cause nor prevent me from loving her. If those things change or disappear or intensify, so be it. None of that will cause me to stop loving her. I love her simply because I love her. I always have and I always will.

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