They say you can't choose who you love. They also say love is a verb. A verb is an action, and a lot of the time an action is a choice. Choose to move, choose to speak. But there are certain things one does naturally. One could argue that breathe is a verb and you don't choose to breathe. Another could retort: you can hold your breath. Really, the argument could go either way. One could argue that to love comes naturally, but that one could also choose to stop loving. However, there are a lot of things that are neither black nor white, wrong nor right. I guess, there isn't really an answer to this long debated topic. A valid argument could be offered for either case. Neither party should claim to be right, because honestly, no one is. We are human so naturally we have no idea what we're talking about. I'm willing to admit I'm as confused as anyone. But, for relationships' sakes, I am willing to let it go. It is more important to love others than it is to be completely sure if their actions are right or wrong.
Consider, loves, why you believe what you believe.