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What is Love
Have you ever wondered how it’s like to feel loved.
I’m not talking about the kind of love your parents
gives you, not everyone has that kind of love.
I’m talking about the kind of love that you get
and give from others.
It’s not the way of how you love, it’s the reason
of why you love. Loving for the right reasons but
everyone deserves to be loved, good or bad. You
never know what’s going on in their life to make
them act the way they do. Give them a chance to
talk not talk over them, everyone makes mistakes.
Everyone says love is a strong word. But think
about it, love is just a word. It doesn’t show
anything to make you feel loved or how you are
showing love to others.
People say “I love you” all the time but do they really
mean it or are they just saying that because you did
something nice for them. Love isn’t just a word that
you say just to say it. It’s a word with meaning. Be
true to your words, show it not say it.