Inspired by a recent Question on G@G, I decided to pen down my thoughts on the subject.
Starting off, No I don't believe in Love at first Sight. It can be Like at first sight but love at first sight? Nope. Has never happened, doesn't Happened, and will not happen.
Sure, lust at first sight is a totally real and tangible thing — that gorgeous guy across the room that makes your heart (and other places) flutter. You want him and he seems to want you, but that doesn’t mean you’re in love.
What I think is that people often misconstrue their feelings of attraction as loving a person.
"Ooh damn! She's drop dead gorgeous! I am in love with her already!" Ever heard this? Ever found yourself saying this? Yeah? And now read it the second time. What did you notice? If you simply fall in love and start loving a person, just coz she's "drop dead gorgeous", isn't the love too shallow to last for an eternity? It is. Love is deep, not shallow.
Have more self respect for yourself and for the other person than to allow yourself to believe in this garbage.
Love is supposed to be emotional and deep-rooted, so believing that you can know the minute you lay eyes on someone that they’re the one meant for you is ridiculous.
Think about it. Is anything that lasts really something that happens immediately and without effort? Definitely not.
You might be attracted to someone upon seeing them, but you can’t love someone you know absolutely nothing about.
If you believe in love at first sight, you’re counting to let people be objectified.
Why would you want someone to fall for you because of your appearance instead of who you are inside?
Sure, he could get to know that down the road, but he can’t love you without knowing that side of you.
At a very base level, its a stupid idea and you just need to give it up. Completely.