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    around is Love. People use it for everything, whether you are describing your love for pancakes or your significant other, love is a noun used by all. Despite how common this word is, almost everyone has their own specific definition. People apply personal meaning to love, meaning that they attach it to a person or an idea that they themselves come up with, but if you think that stopped people from defining love you are dead wrong. In total, there are nine different definitions of love and that is

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    Love is a confusing concept that was created by mankind to express how they feel towards people. Love can be confused in many eyes though. Some people decide to show love by kissing, hugging, showing compassion, and other people show love in the total opposite way-- what they may call "tough love." A question that has arose is "What is love, and why does it captivate us?" The definition of love is "an intense feeling of deep affection or a great interest and pleasure in something." Now those definitions

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    The word I have chosen is love, I have chosen this because I have been surrounded by love all my life and I feel I can return the favor by writing about this word. This special meaning entails that I like to be loved and surrounded by people. I have never been one that has always wanted to be alone, I have always wanted to be loved. Not only does that word mean volumes to me but when I think of love, I think of a deep attraction that goes down spiritually an unbreakable bond. I think of intimate

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    As dictionaries have been adding new words and revising definitions yearly, we have seen a transition in the definition of love. Today, a commonly accepted definition of love is “an amorous episode” (Webster). This concept of love began with its portrayal in Hollywood media, causing the history and true meaning of the word to become lost. While love used to be defined as the “strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties,” or “affection based on admiration, benevolence, or

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    The Biblical definition of love is as follows; “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, and it keeps no records of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres.”- 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. Many people believe love means sacrifice and trust, but love can be defined as much more. There are

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    Love & Hate I never understood what people meant when they’d say “there’s a fine line between love and hate”. I was taught love was “good” and hate was “bad”. Someone even tried to convince me that hate doesn’t exist. But just like “good” and “bad”, one cannot exist without the other. I have asked myself countless times how two words, or better yet feelings, that are supposed to be antonyms, opposites, are so similar. What is love? What is that feeling that has inspired millions of songs and films

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    is love? Depending on who is asked, the definition of love will seldom have the same meaning. When researching for the true definition, one will come upon countless interpretations, all of which make sense. The English word “love” originates from the German word “lubh,” which means great desire (Moseley). There are many different types of love and feelings associated with them which come together to create confusion when attempting to discover the true definition of love. Most definitions of

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    said topic is love. Now I do not mean to talk about the love that a boy has for a pretty girl, because that is way to complicated for anyone of us to figure out. The type of love that I want to talk about is a simple love, and sadly it is unknown by most people on this Earth, and that is the love of our Heavenly Father, and brother has for each and everyone of us. The definition of love, according to Google, is - “An intense feeling of deep affection”. I can agree with definition of love, because it

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    find someone to love.” This quote by Marilyn Monroe is a great opening for the topic. To understand why people fall in love, we need to understand what love is. The best definition of love Is "a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person." Love is typically felt between, family members, friends and significant others. In this paper I will define why people fall in love, based on biblical influences, lust, and similarities. The bible tells you many times to love one another in different

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    #Israelneeds1dproject|Thank you When I was a little girl I asked my mom what is LOVE? She said that you can't define love, she said, every person has its own definition of love. Now I am curious again so I asked some people what's love for them, to understand what I feel deep inside. "For me, love is someone that respaced me, someone who cares for me." "Love is someone that makes me feel safe." "Someone that tells me that I am perfect, someone I won't have to change for." "Loving is being there

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