Each person is a world unto himself or herself, a complex mystery with a long past and an eternal future. In the beginning only peripheries meet. But if the relationship grows intimate, becomes closer, becomes deeper, then by and by centers start meeting. When centers meet, it is called love. When peripheries meet, it is acquaintance. We touch the person from the without, just from the boundary, then it is acquaintance. Many times we start calling our acquaintance our love. Then we are in a fallacy. Acquaintance is not love.