I strongly object with the premise that ‘you’re too young to know what love is’ (Welch, 2010) as I believe that love is a very natural feeling that is learnt as young as a person learns the basic of life from parents. I believe that love starts from such an early age as a baby suckles though distinction would be made on exactly what kind of love one implies. For instance, when a child is born, the very first love he/she develops is that love developed through the bond of a child and a parent (and guardian where applicable). We must first appreciate that there is diversity in the ‘loves’ that exists among them being the romantic love as well as the family love. Nevertheless, what I perceive of the statement is concerning the romantic love and many persons especially at the position of parents or guardians often accuse young ones of being such young that they would not understand love. Love would however be best understood from the perspective of exactly what is used to signify. I hold true the argument that we develop differently both intellectually as well as emotionally. With this understanding therefore, I would reason that there are those persons who would develop fast to develop the romantic emotions earlier than others and therefore no pre defined age would explain the time when one should start. Therefore, if one would reason that a child is too young to understand love due to poor perception because of low level of maturity, then I would understand. Moreover, one requires to clearly identifying the kind of live being insinuated, as it is well known that we perceive and experience some kind of love from such an early age as during infancy.
In fact, I would reason that love by the minors would even be more real when compared to love by the older people in the precept that they are inexperienced and thus they would love in truth. One should first appreciate that love between one person