Psychologist Erich Fromm stated in the book The Art of Love that love is not merely a feeling but an action, and in fact, the “feeling” of love is superficial versus orange. A person’s bonding on love through a series of loving actions over time.
In this sense, Fromm holds that ultimate love is not a feeling, but a commitment and compliance, an act of love towards others, to oneself, or to many others, for a period of time. lasting. Fromm also describes love as a conscious choice that in its early stages can stem from a feeling of involuntary, but then no longer depend on those feelings, but depend only on those feelings. conscious commitment.
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