Love Essay

803 WordsJul 14, 20134 Pages
Love Have you ever asked yourself what is love? Really, what does it mean, and stand for. I’m not talking about lust or even passion, because that is not love. What about the real unconditional love, the one that never fails. We use the word love very loosely, saying it when it is not really meant. Love can be expressed in many different ways and xin different of kinds love. Love is not measured in howx work but in how you do it. Meaning that xis you do not try and put in work then you can not get out love out. Like most people we show love for a family and friends in lots of different ways, just like helping out a loved one in troubled times, or even xhelp them with xthere bills. You can show love in your faith, work, family, friends, husband or wife, and pets. Now if you were to look the word love up in the dictionary you would find something like this: a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person/a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend/sexual passion or desire/a person toward whom love is felt; beloved person. Love is when you gox or do more than any other time, also giving special gifts. Love is like having a profoundly tender, passion affection for someone, doing xthing for them to make them feel special. It can be as special and easy as taking someone to the movies or date night. Love is not alonex defined in saying it, but in ones actions. When you look up love in the Bible you will get a lot of different passages. One that I found in Leviticus 19:18: says; “Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt LOVE thy neighbor as thyself: I am the LORD.” In all different kinds of religion love is discussed and needed. Love may be said in different languages and in different ways, but everyone wants to be loved and have love. In the Bible or in

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