I think here you haven’t defined or describe “love”. You’ve described “commitment”. It’s helpful also if we evaluate exactly what we are committing to. I do agree with you that “commitment” to maintain a certain extrinsic or intrinsic property or characteristic, or to act in a certain way is a critical currency for a relationship. I once wrote that “all relationships are transactional and the primary currencies are power, commitment or a combination of both”.

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