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What Is Love?

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what is the true meaning of luv, what is love all, how can will find and reconize true love

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Love is a warm and kind feeling

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Love is a deep feeling towards an opposite sex

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Love is the connection of two hearts

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Love is the feelings you have for some1

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As for me, love is having a sincere affection for somebody or something.

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LOVE IS HONESTY, SHARING AND CARING.

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LOVE MEANS TO SACRIFICE ONE'S LIFE FOR ANOTHER.

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Deep affection about something or somebody.

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LOVE SAYS YOU ARE ALL IN ONE. LOVE IS DYNAMIC BUT CHANGE NOT. LOVE IS SELFLESS, HONEST, DO CHARITY, KIND,FORGIVING, E.T.C LOVE IS THE GREATEST OF ALL THINGS.

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Let me quote my favorte OAP responds to this kind of question; "questionnn"... Lol

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choose the one you need the most

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Whenever we ask, “What is

love?” it’s usually because a)

we’re unsure if a certain

special someone really loves

us, or b) because a certain

special someone just accused

us of not really loving them.

When we are truly engaged in

giving and receiving love, we

don’t ponder such

philosophical questions. It’s

only when something is

lacking that we begin to

analyze and contemplate what

that thing actually is. For

example, nobody sits down to

a full meal and asks, “What is a

pastrami sandwich?” So, if

we’re even asking the

question, “What is love?” it

probably means that we don’t

feel completely loved, or that

someone doesn’t feel

completely loved by us. But

since we’re asking, let’s try to

answer the question. “Am I

Loved?” Vs. “Do I Love?” The

two scenarios that usually

cause us to contemplate

“What is love?” give meaning

to the question. Either we

wonder, “Am I loved?” or we

ask, “Do I love?” It is easier to

first address the “What is

love?” question in terms of the

love we feel coming toward

us. If we understand how to

recognize when we are being

loved, we can also learn to

recognize our love for

another. When we are loved,

we tend to feel it intuitively in

our guts. But how does it

work? Is there an

extrasensory perception in the

heart that is able to read the

feelings in another person’s

heart? In fact, it’s really not

that ethereal or supernatural.

On the contrary, it’s pretty

practical and down-to- earth.

Our hearts take cues from our

senses. Everything we see,

hear, taste, touch or smell

teaches us about our universe.

We don’t need to contemplate

or ask questions. Our sensory

organs report to our brains,

and our brains interpret the

data and send the report to

our hearts. So, if we see a

loving smile, hear loving

words, or feel a loving touch,

the brain processes this

information and concludes,

“Hey, we are being loved right

now!” In short, when we are

loved, there is tangible proof.

It’s not an abstract thought or

feeling, it’s concrete and

evidenced. As King Solomon

wrote in his book of Proverbs

(27:19), “As water reflects a

man’s face back to him, so is

the heart of one man to

another.” This means, when

you are treated with love, your

heart feels that love. Love is an

Action Now we can address

the second part of the “What

is love” quandary—how to

know if we love someone

else? The answer is

straightforward. When we

behave lovingly towards

someone, it means we love

that person. When we ask a

question like “What is love?”

we assume that we’re trying

to define an abstract concept

similar to “What is freedom?”

or “What is good fortune?”

But truthfully, love is not a

concept. It’s an action. To ask,

“What is love?” is like asking,

“What is running?” or “What is

swimming?” If you’ve ever

seen someone run or swim,

you know exactly what

running and swimming entail.

The Hebrew word for love,

ahavah, reveals this true

definition of love, for the word

ahavah is built upon the root

consonants h‑v, which means

“to give.” In order for love to

be real love, it has to be

expressed as an action. If you

love your beloved, then you

must show it. By the same

token, if you are loved, that

will show, too. You will

recognize it by the way you

are treated. G‑d Teaches Us

How to Love G‑d commands us

(Deut. 6:5), “And you shall love

the L‑rd your G‑d.” This

precept leads us to voice the

age-old question, “How can

we be commanded to feel a

feeling?” Either you feel it or

you don’t, right? An answer

offered by our tradition

explains that we are not being

ordered to feel a feeling in the

abstract sense. Rather, the

command is for us to behave

lovingly. In this light, “And you

shall love,” actually means,

“You shall perform acts of

love.” This is the true test:

action, deeds, performance.

Feelings can be deceptive.

Sometimes, what we perceive

as love may in fact be another

emotion. But actions cannot

be mistaken. So, rather than

ask, “What is love?” we must

ask, “Do I perform acts of love

for my beloved?” and “Does

my beloved perform acts of

love for me?”

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I like it,infact u try very well

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love

   /lʌv/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [luhv] Show IPA Pronunciation

noun, verb, loved, lov⋅ing.

–noun

1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.

2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend.

3. sexual passion or desire.

4. a person toward whom love is felt; beloved person; sweetheart.

5. (used in direct address as a term of endearment, affection, or the like): Would you like to see a movie, love?

6. a love affair; an intensely amorous incident; amour.

7. sexual intercourse; Reproduction.

8. (initial capital letter) a personification of sexual affection, as Eros or Cupid.

9. affectionate concern for the well-being of others: the love of one's neighbor.

10. strong predilection, enthusiasm, or liking for anything: her love of books.

11. the object or thing so liked: The theater was her great love.

12. the benevolent affection of God for His creatures, or the reverent affection due from them to God.

13. Chiefly Tennis. a score of zero; nothing.

14. a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter L.

–verb (used with object)

15. to have love or affection for: All her pupils love her.

16. to have a profoundly tender, passionate affection for (another person).

17. to have a strong liking for; take great pleasure in: to love music.

18. to need or require; benefit greatly from: Plants love sunlight.

19. to embrace and kiss (someone), as a lover.

20. to have sexual intercourse with.

–verb (used without object)

21. to have love or affection for another person; be in love.

—Verb phrase

22. love up, to hug and cuddle: She loves him up every chance she gets.

—Idioms

23. for love,

a. out of affection or liking; for pleasure.

b. without compensation; gratuitously: He took care of the poor for love.

24. for the love of, in consideration of; for the sake of: For the love of mercy, stop that noise.

25. in love, infused with or feeling deep affection or passion: a youth always in love.

26. in love with, feeling deep affection or passion for (a person, idea, occupation, etc.); enamored of: in love with the girl next door; in love with one's work.

27. make love,

a. to embrace and kiss as lovers.

b. to engage in sexual activity.

28. no love lost, dislike; animosity: There was no love lost between the two brothers.

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So the true question is how many have experienced true love in their lives?

If you have, what happened to it?

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love is meant to be a deep feeling u have towards someone,it is meant to be caring 4 someone ceaselessly,it is meant to be a feeling to be with someone and never wanting to let go,love is meant to be always staying by someones side through thick and thin no matter wt d situation is.but the bad thing is that there is no true love nowadays.people go into relationships 4 wt they are going to get out of it and not based on love.

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Love is an ointment that smells best when money is applied as one of the ingredience in the making process of the ointment.

To love your spouse effectively, money is needed. In this time of Global Economic depression you can make $1,000 a month from Nigeria to spice your love.

Love is God.

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Love is what you call it. Love is what you want it to be. love is in the beholder's sense

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LoVe is what kept the "universe" in shape,Love is what make sands "ROCK" .,.,.,LoVe is what kept the SUN from melting the MOON,LoVe is what Held the world in SPACE, Hmm,what more?

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As for the highlighted, mayb u could explain it to me cos i still don't get it.

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love is when all that matters is YOU and I

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hmm. . . that i could agree with. Of course, there is a difference between love between two people of the same sex and two people of the opposite sex

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Love-highest level of understanding between two people

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hmm. . . i wouldn't say that

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Love is when you can't eat or sleep any more but think of this special person 24/7.

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love is like this, is like been with someone even when you feel like

being by yourself.

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be specific what kind of love,

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Love is an electromagnetic wave.

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Love is a concept that pple can sacrifice or feel for another person.but to me love is an instrument used in allowing certain lifestyles and values that can havoc a society.gay right or same sex marriage is masked with love.

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love simply means wen two hrts beat as one.

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love is a game that brings people of differend background together,Honest people will tell lies,decent people will cheat,innocent people will betray, that is love ok.if u are not ok let me know i will send another mean of love

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no no no i totally disagree love is the DEVIL in u

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love is the god in you

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love is drinking plenty beer smoking plenty igbo and endin it wit plenty sex on the bed.

hope i answered ur question

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@ ewasco

nailed it rite in the bud siree

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love is an unconditional commitment to an imperfect persons that require personal sacrifice

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Love is a practical and sacrificial thing it's not something you say with your mouth and do the opposite later.

Love can be defined as knowing who someone is (be it good or bad) and regardless of his/her status, you accept that person for whom he/she is and become willing to carry his or her burden together.

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@Ebonyeyes,

Your statement should have been like dis; i haven't experienced it, so i don't know anything about it.

In my own opinion, love is an unsafe bridge but those who walk thru it will never be disappointed.

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To fall in love. . . .With the right person is one of the greatest things one can experience.

Its so wonderful,. . . .Knowing that you have someone who cares when things are not right is really sweet.

Knowing that there is someone out there who shares your feeling, cares about your total well being. . .

Someone who sees you for who you really are. . . . . . .

Someone who completely understands every flaws you may posses and yet sticks with you regardless

Uhm. . . .I tell you, Its one of the best things in life.

But i have prayed never to make that grave mistake of falling in love ever and ever. . . . Again.

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Love is a matter of demonstration, It is not talk talk,

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