On February 14th, on what became, in a way, the universal
day of love, Valentine’s Day, people are going to
celebrate their love for each other. For this occasion, we
offer a 14% discount for the meaningful and unique
collection of our jewelry for love. Each piece in this
category has (besides its unique design), a deep meaning,
that symbolizes the elusive and mystical concept of
love. If you wish it to arrive on time please order
earliest as possible.
Ancient Greeks Eight Types of Love
Eros (romantic, passionate love)
The first kind of love is Eros, named after the Greek God of fertility.
Eros is passion, lust and pleasure. The ancient Greeks considered Eros to be dangerous and frightening as it involves a “loss of control” through the primal impulse to procreate.
Philia (affectionate love)
The second type of love is Philia or friendship.
Plato felt that physical attraction was not a necessary part of love, hence the use of the word platonic to mean “without physical attraction.”
Agape (selfless, universal love)
Agape is selfless universal love, such as the love for strangers, nature, or God.
This love is unconditional, bigger than ourselves, a boundless compassion and an infinite empathy that you extend to everyone, whether they are family members or distant strangers.
Storge (familiar love)
Storge is a natural form of affection experienced between family members.
This protective, kinship-based love is common between parents and their children and children for their parents.
Mania (obsessive love)
When love turns into obsession, it becomes a mania.
Stalking behaviours, co-dependency, extreme jealousy, and violence are all symptoms of Mania.
Ludus (playful love)
The Ancient Greeks thought of Ludus as a playful form of love.
It describes the situation of having a crush and acting on it or the affection between young lovers.
Pragma (enduring love)
Pragma is a love built on commitment, understanding and long-term best interests.
It is a love that has aged and matured and is about making compromises to help the relationship work over time, also showing patience and tolerance.
Philautia (self love)
The Greeks understood that in order to care for others, we must first learn to care for ourselves.
To those eight definitions, we like to add UNCONDITIONAL Love, which may fall under Agape, Storge or Pragma.
Thank you for reading
Wishing you Love and Happiness
David and Ka-Gold Team
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Mailing Address: Flowers of Life Jewels LTD P.O. box 633 Ha-Lamed Hei St. Givataim 5310601 Israel
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