The question of “Love at first sight” has been questioned by many. In fact I have asked this question numerous times. But now that I think about it, can it be possible that an emotion as strong as “love” really exists at first sight? Others may disagree with me saying that the union between them and another person was completely unexpected and early in their relationships, they were in love. EHarmony also says that people on their website see someone and “they just know”. As soon as they met the other person they knew they were going to be married. This is all made up in their minds. True love takes time before it happens. People have said that it’s real because they have experienced it, but maybe it’s something different than “love”. You can be sparked quickly by physical attraction and be fooled into thinking love, when it’s really just lust. You can’t love a person just based upon sight alone. There could be a strong hunch that you could get along great with them, but not an immediate love. To me, you meet someone and you get to know the person spiritually, physically, and emotionally before you can really love them. You wouldn’t marry someone from just one look. Think of it that way. If you really believed in love at first sight, you would marry the first person that caught your eye. You said it was love at first sight.
I, personally, really would like to believe in the magic of “love at first sight”, but I don’t think it is likely to happen. It’d be nice to think that while meeting someone for the first time, they can release enough emotional triggers that you immediately just know that they were the one. I feel that the whole “love at first sight” idea was invented so that fairy tales would end happily. The prince meets his princess and they live happily ever after. People today just claim that they love someone at first sight so they can have that fairytale ending.