It's not really a measurable, achievable goal. If you word it that way, you put yourself at risk of 3 things:
a) you give up on your bucket list because you can't figure out how to do things you've put in it
b) you feel like you've failed because you couldn't make yourself feel that way about anyone
c) worst case: you convince yourself you're in love with somebody because you really want to complete your list.
"Find the love of my life" is kind of like "become a genius." It's not something that you recognize while it's happening, or that you can make happen, or even that you get to decide you've achieved! Other people help determine whether they're the love of your life or whether you can be considered a genius.
What you can do, though, is make a goal to achieve steps that might lead to that outcome. If you want to be a genius, you choose a topic in which you have some talent, and for one year you read a book a week about it, and the next year you write a paper a week about it, for example. You immerse yourself in the topic. If you want to find the love of your life, a reasonable goal would be something like, "ask someone out at least once a week, even if it's just for coffee." If you don't know/see enough eligible people to do that, a goal might be "join at least 3 social groups that include a lot of datable people, and start asking them out," or "give online dating services a try."
Actually, you gave a good example yourself. "See the Great Wall of China" is a good bucket-list item. "Learn to love other cultures" isn't-- but it might happen if you do the former.
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