Love - Definition


QUESTION: What is Love?


Love's definition is cosmic totality in both its unmanifest and manifest state - the sum of all that is and all that is not, regardless of fact; a theory of everything although it is not a theory but existential realism. Love is the absolute nature. It can be observed as the well-ordered whole of our universe and all that pertains to life and godliness. 
Love is a the non-hypothetical single, all-encompassing, coherent universal framework that fully explains and links together all aspects of the universe, physical and non-physical. 
Love is self-causing for it is the primordial state that contains so much emotion and such a high level of significance that it is allwordy yet without words. It is the highest form of Love that creates- and sustains all matters of the observable and non-observable.  Love is unconditional and all-embracing. It goes beyond ordinary love, the love between man/woman, parent/child, platonic love or any other form of love. 
It may not be a definition of a noun, but an overwhelming adjective that labels a relationship or emotion to the height that it would be unending or otherwise indescribable. 
In philosophy, the concept of Love is described as The Absolute, The (Unconditioned) Ultimate, The Wholly Other, The Supreme Being, The Absolute or Ultimate Reality, and other names, is the thing, being, entity, power, force, reality, presence, law, principle, etc. that possesses maximal ontological status, existential ranking, existential greatness, or existentiality. 
In layman's terms, this is the one that is, in one way or another, the greatest, truest, or most real for it is allness. What we can observe as the "I am I"; this Love is 'All in All'.
~ Wald Wassermann, Love from Cosmos