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What is infinity?
It's not a real number
Infinity is not a real number; it is an idea, an idea that has no end.
It cannot be measured.
Not even these distant galaxies can match infinity.
It is simpler than having a purpose for things. Because we have to define where the end is when something has an end.
Infinity has a spiritual meaning, even though it is primarily known as a mathematical symbol. It essentially represents anything infinite, whether it is the countless thoughts in your head or the depth of your emotions. However, it has great significance and is only best used to describe the concept of true infinity.
When you and your loved one are so close that your hearts are beating in sync and you both know that you will always be there for each other, no matter how far or how long it takes, that is infinite love.
Infinity and love may be the last two concepts you wish to associate with each other, but they are closer than you think. When we think of love, we think of strong emotions. We think of faith. And, in this case, most importantly, we think of dedication. By more realistic standards, one person's love for another will last until the end of time, or until their last breath.
This kind of devotion cannot be explained only in terms of quantifiable time. You don't just say "I'll love you for three years". Not only does it make you look like a person of weak faith, but you can't say for yourself how long you love someone.
And, as long as your love for someone is sincere, the last thing you'll think about is the day you stop loving them. If that's the case, then what better way to represent eternal love than infinity?