Alofa fuaitau i le Igilisi

Afai e te alofa i le alofa fasifuaitau, o le mea muamua e tatau ona e mautinoa o latou na saʻo tusia, talu ai mo mafuaʻaga o le valea ma le manaʻo e faʻatosina vave mai tagata, tatou ono faia se mea sese, i nisi tulaga, le mafai ona faʻafetauina. Mo lenei mafuaʻaga, ia aloese mai taimi leaga ma la matou paga, e sili le faʻaaogaina o se faaliliu upu e mautinoa ai o le fuaitau e saʻo i le Igilisi pe iloa la matou 100 Alofa Fasifuaitau i le Igilisi !!, (Lalo ⬇⬇).

lisi o fuaitau alofa i le gagana Peretania

I leisi itu, afai o lau fuafuaga o le taina o se tatalo tumu i le alofa ma lagona, o se isi lelei o le mauaina lea o se vaitusi faʻapitoa e iloa lenei gagana, talu ai o lenei mea o le a mafua ai ona e sili atu le faʻatuatuaina e ala i le tuʻuina i luga o lou paʻu mo le vaega o totoe le taimi .. lou olaga.

I leisi itu, o nei alofa fasifuaitau o le a le gata fesoasoani ia oe e faʻatoʻilaloina le tagata o au miti, ae o le a latou faʻatagaina foi oe e toe faʻalelei ma lau pele. Fai le taumafaiga, faʻaoga nei fesoasoani ma matou faʻamautinoa atu ia te oe o lau paʻaga o le a faʻamagaloina oe leaga uma.

Afai foi e te manaʻo e faʻaauau pea ona faʻaaoga fasifuaitau i lenei gagana, peitaʻi ua le lava au filifiliga, o se isi auala e faʻaliliuina ai ou lagona loloto e ala i mea faigaluega faaeletonika, mo se faʻataʻitaʻiga, o se faʻaliliu lelei e mafai ona avea ma au uo sili e faʻapipiʻi le tuinanau i lau ulugaliʻi

Aua le popole! Sailiili ma faʻaali ou lagona i se tulaga ese ma le mafaatusalia. Matou te mautinoa o lau paʻaga o le a faʻafetai ia te oe ma o le ae togiina le tele o togi i lau va fealoaʻi. Lenei matou te tuʻuina atu ia te oe mea faigaluega talafeagai uma mo oe e faʻaaoga ai le alofa fasifuaitau i le Igilisi Le auala sili e mafai ai. Faia se avanoa! Aua o le alofa ma lau paʻaga e aoga tele.

Faʻamalosiʻau peleni ma nei fasifuaitau

Afai i totonu o au faʻataʻitaʻiga fuafuaga o le alofa fasifuaitau i le Igilisi, E tatau ona ou taʻu atu ia te oe o se sili lelei filifiliga, aua o se lelei auala e faʻaalia ai ou lagona uma e aunoa ma le maitauina e isi. O sili atu mataʻina fuaiupu ma a latou faʻaliliuga e mafai ona e faʻaaogaina o:

  • "
    I can’t stop thinking about you

    " (E le mafai ona taofi loʻu mafaufau e uiga ia te oe).

  • "
    in you i’ve found the love of my life and my best friend

    " (ia te oe ua ou maua le alofa o loʻu olaga ma laʻu uo sili)

  • "
    My heart is perfect because you’re inside

    " (o loʻu fatu e atoatoa ona o oe o totonu).

  • "
    You’re the only one for me

    " (naʻo oe lava mo aʻu), tau lava ina taʻua ni nai. Faʻafefea ona le pa'ū i le alofa ma na fasifuaitau e paʻi atu i lou agaga?

O le sili 100 alofa fuaitau i le Igilisi mo ia

O le isi 100 fuaiupu e faia i luga o le puʻupuʻu pe umi faʻauiga ma a latou faaliliuga. O nei upusii o le a faʻafiafiaina oe a o latou uo, masani, musika, tusitusiga, filosofia ma fiafia i ata tifaga.

Lauiloa "masani" fuaitau

1.

Love, among the gods is the friend of the man, the doctor, the one who brings back to the old condition, trying to make one who is two, the love tries to medicate the human nature. (Platon)
  • Alofa, i totonu o atua, o le uo a le tagata, o le fomai, o le tasi e toe foi i le tuai tulaga, taumafai e faia se tasi e lua tausaga le matua, alofa e taumafai e togafitia natura tagata.

2.

Jupiter smiles perjury lovers. (Ovide)
  • Ua ataata Iupita i tagata e fiafia i le tauto pepelo.

3.

One word frees us from all the weight and pain of life: this word is love. (Sophocles)
  • Tasi le upu faʻasaʻoloto tatou mai mamafa uma ma tiga o le olaga: o lenei upu o le alofa.

4.

Will display a love filter without poisons, or herbs, no magic formulas: if you want to be loved, love! (Seneca)
  • O le a faʻaalia ai se faʻavasega o le alofa e aunoa ma ni vailaʻau oona, poʻo herbs, aunoa ma ni togafiti faʻataulaitu: afai e te manaʻo e alofagia, alofa!

5.

True love has never been measured. (Properce)
  • Le alofa moni e leʻi fuaina.

6.

There is another light, for me much more reliable than these, under his direction, my love is lost in the darkness. (Ovid, Leandro letter I)
  • E i ai le isi malamalama, mo aʻu sili atu faʻatuatuaina nai lo nei, i lalo o lau taʻitaʻiga, loʻu alofa ua leiloa i le pogisa.

7.

You had to wake up in the eyes, at night, in the mind, when the eyelids are closed, won by peaceful sleep. What effect would it have produced in me, personally, if I loved you without you I had yet seen? (Ovid, letter from Paris to Elena)
  • E tatau ona e ala i luga i ou mata, i le po, i le mafaufau, pe a tapunia mata mata, manumalo i le filemu filemu. O le a sona aoga ia te aʻu, aʻu lava, pe ana ou alofa ia te oe e aunoa ma oe e te leʻi vaai i ai?

8.

Give me a thousand kisses, then a hundred, then another thousand, then another hundred, then another thousand, then a hundred. Finally, when we will be given thousands of mescoliamoli kisses well, so envious looks that we can not count them. (Catullus)
  • Aumai ia te aʻu le afe kisi, ona selau lea, ona sosoo lea ma le isi afe, ona sosoo lea ma le isi selau, ona sosoo lea ma le isi afe, ona selau lea. I le iuga, pe a matou fefaʻasoaaʻi le tasi i le isi afe o sogi, ia, ma le tele o le mataua e le mafai ai ona tatou faitauina na.

9.

I hate, if I can; otherwise, I will love despite myself. (Ovide)
  • Ou te ita, pe a ou mafaia; a leai o le a ou alofa e ui lava ia te aʻu.

O ata tifaga faʻaali alofa

10.

Kiss Me, Stupid (Kim Novak to Dean Martin Kiss Me, Stupid)
  • Sogi Me Valea

11.

There was a man, he treated me really bad. It was wonderful. (Audrey Hepburn talks about Gregory Peck vacation in Rome)
  • Sa i ai se tamaloa, na ia togafitia aʻu leaga. Sa matagofie.

12.

I am better than chocolate. (Debra Winger Richard Gere Officer and Gentleman)
  • E sili atu aʻu nai lo le sukalati

13.

You are a coward, you have not the slightest courage, not even easy and instinctive to recognize that in this world you fall in love! It must belong to someone because this is the only way to be happy! (George Peppard Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany)
  • O oe o se tagata palaʻai, e leai sau lototele laʻititi, e te le o faigofie foi ma instinctive ia iloa o lenei lalolagi e te paʻu i le alofa. E tatau ona i ai i se tasi aua na o le pau lea o le auala e fiafia ai!

14.

Open your eyes and look at me. No, I do not even kiss you, although you need. That’s the problem: you should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how to do it. (Clark Gable to Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind)
  • Tatala ou mata ma vaʻai mai ia te aʻu Leai, ou te le sogi ia te oe, tusa lava pe e te manaʻomia. O le faʻafitauli lena: oe tatau ona sogi, ma masani, ma e se tasi na te iloa faʻafefea ona fai.

15.

A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets. (Kate Winslet Leonardo di Caprio in titanic)
  • O le loto o le fafine o le loloto loloto o mea lilo.

16.

I know who you are close to my heart every hour you are. I know who you are, all my dreams the subject is sweet to you. (The Sleeping Beauty)
  • Ou te iloa o ai e te latalata mai i loʻu fatu i itula uma na e i ai. Ou te iloa o ai oe, aʻu miti uma, o le mataupu e suamalie mo oe.

17.

I am a simple girl who is in front of a guy and asks you to like him … (Julia Roberts Hugh Grant in Notting Hill)
  • O aʻu o se teine ​​faigofie o loʻo i luma o le tama ma fai ia te ia e fiafia iai ...

18.

Oh, Sabrina, Sabrina … Where have you been all my life? (William Holden Audrey Hepburn Sabrina)
  • Oi, Sabrina, Sabrina… o fea na e iai i loʻu olaga atoa?

19.

Often, it’s not the physical appearance that we do, but the ways to make a person attractive. (Marilyn Monroe)
  • O taimi masani, e le o foliga faʻaletino tatou te faia, ae o auala e faʻalelei ai le tagata.

20.

Love is like the wind, but do not see it, I know it exists because I feel it. (Mandy Moore Shane West A walk to remember)
  • O le alofa e pei o le matagi, ae ou te le vaʻai i ai, ou te iloa na i ai aua ou te lagonaina.

21.

Love can never be described in the manner of the sky or the sea or any other mystery. And «the eye with which we see, is the delinquent in the holy, is the light in the color. (Mel Gibson The Million Dollar Hotel)
  • O le alofa e le mafai ona faʻamatalaina i le faiga o le lagi poʻo le sami poʻo se isi lava mea lilo. Ma "o le mata tatou te vaai ai i ai, o le tagata solitulafono i le paia, o le moli lanu."

22.

Poetry, beauty, romance, love: these are the things that keep you alive. (Robin Williams Dead Poets Society)
  • Poetry, lalelei, faʻaipoipo, alofa - o mea ia e te ola ai.

23.

Cannon shots? No, he’s a beating heart. (Ingrid Bergman with Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca)
  • Fana fana? Leai, o ia o se fatu tata.

24.

Love is like oxygen! Love is a wonderful thing, raises us to heaven! All you need is love! (Zsa Zsa Gabor in Moulin Rouge)
  • O le alofa e pei o le okesene! O le alofa o se mea lelei tele, e siitiaina aʻe i tatou i le lagi! Pau lea ete manaʻomia le alofa!

25.

Be ‘, forget the brain and listen to your heart. I do not feel your heart because the truth, my darling, is that it makes no sense to live if it misses this … (Brad Pitt in Meeting with Black Joe)
  • Avea ', galo le faiʻai ma faʻalogo i lou fatu. Ou te le o lagonaina lou fatu, aua o le mea moni, laʻu pele, e leai se uiga o le ola pe a e leiloa lenei ...

26.

Dreams are closed wishes at the bottom of my heart, in the dream, we seem a real and everything speaks of love. (Cinderella)
  • Miti o manaʻoga e tapunia le pito i lalo o loʻu fatu, i le miti, e foliga mai e moni ma mea uma e uiga i le alofa. (Sinderela)

27.

I like the fact that you have cool when out there is 25 degrees. I like the fact that you need an hour and a half to order a sandwich. I love the little line that forms on the nose when you look at me like I was crazy. I like that after spending a day with you, can still smell your perfume on my clothes. And I like the fact that you are the last person you want to talk to before falling asleep at night. Not that I feel alone, and nothing to do with the fact that it’s New Year. I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want that the rest of your life starts as soon as possible. (Billy Crystall Meg Ryan in When Harry Meets Sally)
  • Ou te fiafia i le mea moni na malulu pe a na o le 25 tikeri i fafo. Ou te fiafia i le mea moni e tasi le itula ma le afa e okaina ai se sanuisi. Ou te alofa i le tamaʻi laina e fofoa i lou isu pe a e vaʻai mai ia te aʻu e pei ua ou valea. Ou te fiafia a maeʻa le aso ma oe e mafai lava ona ou sogiina ou manogi i oʻu lavalava. Ma ou te fiafia o oe o le tagata mulimuli na te manaʻo e talanoa i ai ae leʻi alu e moe i le po. E le o loʻu tuua toʻatasi, ma leai se mea e fai ma le mea moni o le Tausaga Fou. Na ou sau iinei i le po nei aua a e iloa e te manaʻo e faʻaalu lou toe taimi o lou olaga ma se tasi, e te manaʻo i le toega o lou olaga e amata i se taimi vave e mafai ai.

28.

The candle that shines twice its splendor, burn in half the time. (Harrison Ford Sean Young in Blade Runner)
  • O le moligaʻo e faʻamalamalama faʻalua lona pupula, e mu i le afa o le taimi.

29. «

Molly, I love you.» – «Ditto.» (Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore in Ghost)
  • Molly, ou te alofa ia te oe. - «Ditto»

30. «

You’re late.» – «You’re beautiful.» – «You’re not late.» (Julia Roberts and Richard Gere in Pretty Woman)
  • "Ua e tuai". "Ete aulelei". - "E leʻi tuai mo oe"

31.

Bruce: «No. I want her to be happy anyway, whatever it entails, I want you to find someone who treats her with all the love she deserves from me. man who always see as I see him now through your eyes. «God.» This is a prayer «(Jim Carrey Morgan Freeman speaks Jennifer Aniston Bruce Almighty).
  • Bruce: «Leai, ou te manaʻo ia ia fiafia pea, ou te iloa le mea e aofia ai, ou te manaʻo ia te ia e saili se tasi na te togafitia o ia ma le alofa uma na tatau ai ia te aʻu, ou te manaʻo e feiloaʻi ma se… tamaloa o loʻo vaʻai pea ia te ia o Ou te faia nei e ala io latou mata. "Le Atua." O le tatalo lea.

Fasifuaitau i Musika

32.

Love demands everything and has the right to do it. (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  • Alofa manaʻomia mea uma ma ei ai le aia tatau e faia ai.

33.

You are the breath that always takes my breath, the only name that comes to me as I try the words. You are the way I do me … (Claudio Baglioni, no more)
  • O oe o le manava e masani ona ave loʻu manava, na o le pau le igoa e sau i le mafaufau pe a tofotofoina upu. O oe o le auala ou te faia ai ...

34.

Some say that the rain is bad, but do not know what allows the head high turn with his face covered with tears. (Jim Morrison)
  • Fai mai nisi e leaga le timu, ae latou te le iloa le mea e mafai ai e le ulu ona liliu maualuga ae o loimata ua liligi.

35.

Whatever they are going to hurt you in life, you must decide who is worth the pain. (Bob Marley)
  • Poʻo ai lava le afaina oe i le olaga, oe tatau ona filifili po o ai e aoga ai.

36.

They say that love is life, I die of love. (Jim Morrison)
  • Latou te fai mai o le alofa o le ola, ou te oti i le alofa.

37.

You are in me, like the high tide … (Antonello Venditti, High Waters)
  • Oe i totonu ia te aʻu, pei o le tai maualuga ...

38.

A prisoner in infinite prison, I would feel if you are not in my heart. (Jovanotti, All the love I have)
  • Pagota i totonu o se falepuipui le iʻu, ou te lagonaina pe a fai e te le o iai i loʻu loto.

39.

I ask you, go in a moment, my life is in the balance, but I ask you. beautiful star, shines through tears, back … (Alessandra Amoroso, enchanting Stella)
  • Ou te fesili atu ia te oe, alu i sina taimi, o loʻu olaga o loo i le paleni, ae ou te fesili atu ia te oe. fetu matagofie, susulu mai loimata, tua ...

40.

I will give you the address of my heart, I will always make you. (Biagio Antonacci, eternity)
  • O le a ou avatu ia te oe le faʻatonuga o loʻu fatu, ou te faia pea.

41.

I have nothing left, now that I illuminate the immense love and outside. (Laura Pausini, Vivimi)
  • E leai se mea o totoe ia te aʻu, o lenei ua ou faʻamalamalamaina le alofa tele ma fafo.

42.

Are you wine and bread, a natural need! Are you a storm that brings the sun from me, gently … (Laura Pausini, Urgency of love)
  • O oe le uaina ma le areto, o se masani ai tatau? O oe o se afā e aumaia aʻu i fafo o le la, lemu ...

43.

In love more and more in the depths of the soul for you eternal … (Lucio Battisti, an adventure)
  • I le alofa atili ma sili atu i le loloto o le agaga mo oe faavavau ...

44.

I am in darkness and think of you, I close my eyes and think of you, I do not sleep and think about you .. (Lucio Battisti, And I think of you)
  • Ua ou i le pogisa ma ou te mafaufau ia te oe, moeiini ou mata ma ou mafaufau ia te oe, ou te le moe ma ou te mafaufau ia te oe ...

45.

Thank you for making me break my heart finally light can enter. (Irene Grandi, At the doors of the dream)
  • Faʻafetai mo le faia o aʻu gagau loʻu fatu, mulimuli ane o le malamalama mafai ona ulufale.

46.

There is nothing else I want, your eyes meet again, unsubscribe and reborn. (Renato Zero, While I’m waiting back)
  • E leai se isi mea ou te manaʻo ai, toe feiloaʻi ou mata, faʻamavae ma toe fanaufouina.

47.

You die a little to live … (Caterina Caselli, With you, I’m not over)
  • E te oti laititi e ola ...

48.

When you are here with me this room has no walls … (Gino Paoli, The sky in a room)
  • A e i ai iinei ma aʻu, o lenei potu e leai ni pa ...

49.

I want to go away from you that you have dripped my heart … (Claudio Baglioni, via)
  • Ou te fia alu ese mai ia te oe ona ua e sisina loʻu fatu ...

50.

For you, that you are the best thing that has happened to me. (Jovanotti, you)
  • Mo oe, o oe o le sili mea na tupu ia te aʻu.

50. E te mapu i taimi uma pe a e pa'ū ma ao mai au fugalaʻau ma mulimuli i lenei auala o le a leiloa lau vaʻalele ma e le faʻalavelave, aua o le mea ou te manaʻo ai o le ia te oe, leai ni filifili e faatasi ma oe (Ron, matou te le manaʻomia ni upu)

  • O e faʻamalieina i le tele o taimi pe a e pa'ū ma piki i luga au fugalaʻau ma mulimuli i lenei auala, e te misia lau vaʻalele ma e le faʻalavelave lava, aua o le mea ou te manaʻo ai o le ia te oe, aunoa ma filifili ma oe?

51.

It is so hard to forgive those who made you cry and feel bad, but there is only one life and I want with you, with all its problems, all that there is. (Ivana Spagna, People like us)
  • E faigata tele ona faʻamagalo i latou na mafua ai ona e tagi ma faʻanoanoa, ae e tasi lava le ola ma ou te manaʻo faʻatasi ma oe, ma ona faʻafitauli uma, o mea uma o loʻo i ai.

Fasifuaitau i tusitusiga

52.

Blessed be «the day and the month and the year and the season, and the time and the time and the point of the beautiful land, and the place where I was, came from your beautiful eyes which bound ‘anno (Francesco Petrarca, song book)
  • Faʻamanuiaina «le aso ma le masina ma le tausaga ma le vaitau, ma le taimi ma le taimi ma le mea e oʻo ai le lauʻeleʻele matagofie, ma le nofoaga na i ai, na sau mai ou mata matagofie na saisaitia.

53.

The desire that man must love is infinite, however not, if not for the man you love, a limitless love. (Giacomo Leopardi)
  • O le manaʻoga e tatau i le tagata ona alofa e le uma, ae peitaʻi, a le o le tamaloa e te alofa i ai, o se alofa e leai se tuaʻoi.

54.

Take my bread if you want, take my air, but do not take away from your smile. (Pablo Neruda)
  • Ave laʻu falaoa pe a e finagalo i ai, ave laʻu ea, ae aua le aveʻesea lau 'ata.

55.

If you read these verses, forget the hand that wrote them: I love you so much that I would not stay in your sweet thoughts, if the thought of making me suffer. (William Shakespeare, beloved)
  • Afai e te faitau i nei fuaiupu, galo le lima na tusia ai: Ou te alofa tele ia te oe o le a ou le tumau ai i ou mafaufauga suamalie, pe a fai o le manatu o le faia ia ou puapuagatia.

56.

There are depths that love can not overcome, despite the strength of its wings. (Honoré de Balzac)
  • E i ai le loloto e le mafai e le alofa ona manumalo, e ui i le malosi o ona apaʻau.

57.

Love is the element in which we live. Without it just vegetate. (Lord Byron)
  • O le alofa o le elemeni o lo o tatou ola ai. A aunoa ma lena e na o vao.

58.

Calm can not be in love, because what has been achieved is that never a new starting point to want more. (Marcel Proust)
  • Malie le mafai ona i ai i le alofa, aua o le mea ua ausia e le o se amataga fou amata e manaʻo atili.

59.

Life is the flower, the honey of love. (Victor Hugo)
  • Ole ola ole fugalaʻau, le meli o le alofa.

60.

Men would always be the first love of a woman. Women like to be the last love of a man. (Oscar Wilde)
  • O tamaloloa e masani ona avea ma uluaʻi alofa o se fafine. Tamaʻitaʻi fiafia e avea ma mulimuli alofa a le tamaloa.

61.

The supreme happiness of life is to be loved for who you are, or rather, to be loved despite what you are. (Victor Hugo)
  • O le fiafiaga tupito i le olaga o le alofaina mo le tagata o loʻo avea ai oe, pe sili atu foi, ia alofagia tusa lava poʻo a oe.

62.

Ben just loves the one who manages to express in words how much he loves. (Dante Alighieri)
  • Naʻo le alofa o Peni ia i latou e mafai ona faʻaalia i upu le tele o lona alofa.

63.

Women are made to be loved, not to be understood. (Oscar Wilde)
  • Tamaitai faia e alofagia, aua le malamalama i ai.

64.

My impetus is infinite as the sea, and no less profound is my love; The more you do, the more you have a gift, for both are infinite. (Juliette Capulet in Romeo, William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet)
  • O loʻu malosiaga e le gata e pei o le sami, ma loʻu alofa e le itiiti ifo le loloto; O le tele o lau mea e fai, o le tele o lau i ai o se meaalofa, ona o uma e le uma.

65.

It must sound a bit like understanding, but we need to be a little different from loving each other. (Paul Bourget)

  • E tatau ona pei o le malamalama, ae e tatau ona fai sina ese mai le fealofani.
  • 66.

    When we resist the passions, it is more because of their weakness than our strength. (François de La Rochefoucauld)
    • A tatou teteʻe i tuinanau, e mafua ona o lo latou vaivai nai lo o lo tatou malosi.

    67.

    Everything I love loses half of its pleasure if you are not there to share with me. (José Ortega y Gasset)
    • Mea uma ou te alofa i ai leiloa le afa lona fiafia pe a fai e te le o iina e faʻasoa mai ia te aʻu.

    68.

    Many say that love conquers those who flee, others who win those who wait. I say that love just wins in love and even if it has not been paid is always the winner, because love is the noblest thing that man can do. (Susanna Tamaro)
    • E toatele e fai mai o le alofa e manumalo ia i latou e sosola, o isi e manumalo ia i latou oe faatalitali. Ou te fai atu o le alofa e na o le alofa e malo ai ma tusa lava pe le i totogiina, e manumalo lava i taimi uma, aua o le alofa o le sili ona tamaloa mea e mafai ona faia e le tagata.

    69.

    Love is this: that two solitudes protect, touch, meet. (Rainer Maria Rilke)
    • O le alofa o le: lea e lua tuʻusaʻo puipuia, paʻi, feiloaʻi.

    70.

    To love someone is to desire to grow old beside him. (Albert Camus)
    • O le alofa i se tasi o le manaʻo e matua faʻatasi ma ia.

    71.

    I would be lost if I lived a moment without you. (Ugo Foscolo)
    • O le a ou leiloa pe a ou nofo i se taimi e aunoa ma oe

    72.

    Love is not to look at each other; is looking in the same direction. (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)
    • O le alofa e le vaʻai faʻatasi; o loʻo vaʻai i le itu e tasi.

    73.

    He only likes what you do not have at all. (Marcel Proust)
    • Naʻo mea e te le fiafia iai e fiafia iai.

    74.

    Amor, with how much effort I earn today! And if not, that drives to hope, death would fall, where I long to live longer. (Francesco Petrarca, song book)
    • Alofa, le malosi ua ou maua i le aso! A leai, o le mea lena e tau atu i le faamoemoe, o le a paʻu le oti, lea ou te moomoo e ola umi ai.

    75.

    What is boring love is the fact that it is a crime in which you can not do without an accomplice. (Charles Baudelaire)
    • O le a le manogi alofa o le mea moni o se solitulafono lea e le mafai ai ona e faia e aunoa ma se soʻotaga.

    76.

    Love, too deep and desperate, is always sweet. (Giacomo Leopardi)
    • O le alofa, loloto ma loloto, e suamalie lava i taimi uma.

    77.

    It ‘a show for the gods in the eyes of the two lovers. (Wolfgang Goethe)
    • O se mataʻina mo atua i mata o le toʻalua na fiafia i ai.

    78.

    This love is all that exists is all I know about love. (Emily Dickinson)
    • Pau lenei alofa o le pau lea o le mea ua ou iloa e uiga i le alofa.

    79.

    Conjugal love, which persists through a thousand vicissitudes, it seems to me that the most beautiful miracles. (François Mauriac)
    • O le alofa faʻatasi, e tumau pea i le afe o suiga, e foliga mai ia te aʻu o vavega sili ona matagofie.

    80.

    Love is not love if it changes by finding that, or tends to disappear when altro s`allontana. Oh no! Love is an always fixed mark that watches the storms and is never shaken; Love does not change with its brief hours and weeks, but carries out even to the brink of ruin; If this error and be on me proved, I do not short, nor any man ever loved. (William Shakespeare)
    • O le alofa e le o le alofa pe a suia pe a maua lena, pe foliga mai e mou atu pe a. Oi leai! O le alofa o le faʻamau mausali e vaʻaia matagi ma e lulu lava; O le alofa e le suia i ona itula ma vaiaso puʻupuʻu, ae e oʻo lava i le pito o le faʻatafunaga; Afai o lenei mea sese ma e uiga ia te aʻu na faamaonia, e le puʻupuʻu, pe i ai se tagata na alofa.

    Fasifuaitau i filosofia

    81.

    Do not think much, but to love a lot, why do not ‘all you stimuli to love more. (Saint Teresa of Avila)
    • Ou te le mafaufau tele, ae alofa tele, aisea e le 'uma faʻaosofia ai ia alofa atili?

    82.

    People who love totally and sincerely are the happiest people in the world. Maybe they have little, maybe they have nothing, but they are happy people. It all depends on how we love each other. (Mother Teresa of Calcutta)
    • Tagata e alofa atoatoa ma faamaoni o tagata sili ona fiafia i le lalolagi. Masalo e laititi a latou mea, atonu e leai ni a latou mea, ae o ni tagata fiafia. E faʻamoemoeina uma ile ala tatou te fealofani ai.

    83.

    The measure of love is to love without measure. (St. Augustine)
    • O le fua o le alofa o le alofa aunoa ma se fua.

    84.

    How beautiful it is to be in love, and it is interesting to know how to be. (Soren Kierkegaard)
    • E maeu le matagofie o le i ai i le alofa, ma e manaia le iloa pe faʻapefea.

    85.

    Love is like epidemics: one of the most feared, the most exposed to infection. (Nicolas de Chamfort)
    • O le alofa e pei o se faʻamaʻi: o se tasi o le sili ona fefefe, o le sili aafia i siama.

    86.

    Love is like luck: he does not like you running after. (Théophile Gautier)
    • O le alofa e pei o le laki: e le fiafia ia te oe e tamoʻe mulimuli ane.

    87.

    There is always a grain of madness in love, just as there is always a grain of logic in madness. (Friedrich W. Nietzsche)
    • E i ai lava le fatu o le valea i le alofa, e pei foi ona i ai i taimi uma se fatuga o le mafaufau i le valea.

    88.

    Fear this sweet feeling is the life of fear, and those who fear life are already dead for three quarters. (Bertrand Russell)
    • Fefe i lenei lagona suamalie o le olaga o le fefe, ma i latou e fefefe i le ola ua uma tolu-kuata feoti.

    Fasifuaitau "Aso Nei"

    89.

    We remember those who have long loved, less time that has loved us. (Gesualdo Bufalino)
    • Matou te manatuaina i latou na tele le alofa, laititi le taimi e alofa ia matou.

    90.

    There can be no deep disappointment where there is no deep love. (Martin Luther King)
    • E le mafai ona i ai se le fiafia loloto pe a leai se loloto o le alofa.

    91.

    To love does not mean to find perfection, but to forgive the terrible defects. (Rosamunde Pilcher)
    • O le alofa e le o lona uiga o le mauaina o le atoatoa, ae o le faʻamagaloina o sese mataga.

    92.

    Love, impossible to define! (Giacomo Casanova)
    • Alofa, le mafai ona faʻamatalaina!

    93.

    Special women are accomplices and smile; the other competitors and acidify. (Livia Cassemiro)
    • Faʻapitoa fafine o soʻotaga ma ataata; le isi tauva ma faʻasasaʻo.

    94.

    Gold is not everything … there is also platinum … (Scrooge Scrooge)
    • O le auro e leʻo mea uma ... o loʻo iai foʻi le platinum ...

    95.

    I want all of you forever.
    • Ou te manao ia te outou uma e faavavau.

    96.

    It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved. (Samuel Butler)
    • E sili atu le alofa ma leiloa nai lo le alofa.

    97.

    My heart beats when a see you.
    • E ootia lou fatu pe a ou vaai ia te oe.

    98.

    Love is the surprise to discover you, to discover the sweetness of a caress, the joy of being near you. (Alan Douar)
    • O le alofa o le maofa o le mauaina, o le mauaina o le suamalie o se milimili, o le fiafia o le latalata ia te oe.

    99.

    I do not want to be mancarti when you are alone, but when you have everything and despite everything that you feel that I miss you still. (Huga Flamme)
    • Ou te le manaʻo e avea ma mancarti pe a na o oe, ae a maua mea uma ma e ui lava i mea uma, oe lagona o loʻo ou misia lava oe.

    100.

    Why did you give me a hand? Why good things usually hang on. (Tumblr)
    • Aisea ua e aumaia ai ia te aʻu se lima? Aisea e masani ai ona faatali mea lelei.

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