Love - Jessica Lester Mr. Creech English 102 April 19, 2005...

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Jessica Lester Mr. Creech English 102 April 19, 2005 Love A wise man once said that love is a wonderful thing. Although this statement leaves sparse room for argument, it does little to define what love is beyond the vague realm of wonderful. So what, after all, is love? It is, declaims the Webster’s dictionary ponderously, “a deep and tender feeling of affection for or attachment or devotion to a person or persons.” In its simplest terms, love is a four-letter word. Much like other words of similar letter make up, when expressed it can evoke laughter, pleasure, pain, anger, and virtually any wave of reaction. The definitions of love are the same and yet different. Godly, for instance is the love of God, and your devotion and respect toward him, the creator. In all religion, god carries the same aspect. Fraternal love is the love of ones family and relatives, even the love of one who is close to you, in that respect, such as a friend. (McCulh et al.)
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