Reign: Everybody has a different definition of love. It's hard to pinpoint what the exact meaning is but I think that you'll just know when you really love someone. Well that's what they all say. If you're totally comfortable with that person and he/she makes you a better person, then maybe you can call that love. In my opinion, that situation of yours could count as love, but maybe it turned out to be just infatuation.
Anna: Honestly, I think it's not real love unless you've been in a relationship with them and experienced sacrifice, joy, pain, etc. What you're telling me is sort of a deep infatuation of that person. For me, love requires action thus thinking about them doesn't cross the line.
"My life is sort of unplanned and I know what I want to be but I'm afraid to make the wrong choices. What do I do?"
Reign: You'll never know anything if you don't give it a try. Let things happen because if you really want something then it'll eventually happen. Don't worry if you don't have things figured out at the moment. I myself don't know what the hell I'm doing with my life. Some people just need more time to process things and that's not a bad thing. We deal with situations differently and we choose paths some people might not be okay with, but you'll be fine.
Anna: Chill. The thing with youth these days is that we keep worrying what's going to happen in the future but in reality college fresh grads are thinking the same thing. We're too young to think about this. Let it be unplanned and let you make the wrong choices. There is no such thing as a plan that goes smoothly. You also must learn from your wrong choices. You have to experience pain and uncertainty, but don't worry about it too much. That's life, man.
"Just a rant: summer's almost over and I haven't done anything worth my time."
Reign: If you had fun wasting time then it wasn't really a waste, is it? That's okay, you can go with the flow for now. It's never too late to do something productive anyway.
Anna: Then it's time to hit the 36 degrees Celsius streets! I can give you tons of suggestions on what to do with the remaining 3-4 weeks of summer but there's Google for that. Have you tried painting yet? Learn a new language? Read something? Try reading around your village area. Read in the park. Read on the street. Do something, anything and if you had fun doing it, it was definitely worth your time.