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This is a very interesting question. It kind of reminds me of arranged marriages in which the family, duties and responsibilities are extremely important, while "being in love" isn't. There is also a difference between loving someone and being in love with someone.
In modern culture, the most important factor of a relationship is the feeling of being in love and when that feeling wears off, the relationship starts to crumble. So maybe being in love is overrated, in the long run.1