Belief Paper - Love, it is one simple word that holds so...

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Love, it is one simple word that holds so much emotion and meaning. While Webster’s dictionary defines love as “a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person; feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection” these words do not hold meaning until one has felt the meaning and power of love. Living in a world as we do today, emotions run wild lumping the significant word of love into another daily event which defaces its importance. Certainly there are those who “love” to partake in a particular past time or hobby, but is this any true indicator of real love? There are many who are so quick to use those four letters to describe either something or someone that they like. We hear that powerful word so frequently tossed to the wind that it tends to lose its meaning. Of course the use of the word love in accordance with friends and family is certainly warranted. However, outside of this extenuating circumstance, no justice is done to love. I, myself am guilty of this same mistake made by so many; rather I was guilty. Until recently, I too had thought that to love someone or something is to develop a certain affinity for them. To the contrary, I have recently discovered the true meaning of love and it has ended up being far different than my previous assumption. Many have
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course UUNI 100u taught by Professor Mcbride during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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