Love Essay: The Meaning Of Love

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Love, everyone can remember their first love, the first emotional bond used to connect two people. The term love can be used in many different ways, love has a meaning depending on the words used around it; yet most of those meanings do not represent the definition of love. Love is often a term used to describe a strong emotion towards your significant other, however, that is not the only person love is given to. We give our love to family and friends, it’s your trust and caring to a person, love is the bond that has woven them into your life story. Other meanings of love can include puppy love, an admiration for one another with a bit of attraction mixed in, not to mention the love you give to friends. It’s alright to love your friends, it’s …show more content…
Few, especially teens, know of this. We teens often mistake a loving someone for being in love with them, a simple attraction may be believed as a fated romance between them. Humans are highly complex beings, even we don’t understand the words and emotions we have among us. Because of this, we long for a true love, the unconditional love of a partner, we expect to be given the word without even giving up a single grain of rice for them. This is why so many fall out of love, this is why teens forget the diverse meaning of love, this is why true love can never be real unless you make it Teenagers, that awkward phase between childhood and adulthood. As children, we read stories about Romeo and Juliet, two fated lovers who met a tragic end due to how strong their love is. We are reminded the benefits of a spouse, how keeping a family name and carrying on generations is highly important. But never are we taught the true …show more content…
Neither of them were intelligent enough to understand what they were getting into, they were still so young and committed suicide in the thought of being together. The story is useless, never grow to be like Romeo or Juliet. Their story is not what brings you love. I come from split parents, my father having been married a third time when he finally believed he found ‘the one’. He loved Alaina with his heart and soul and both of them worked hard at never losing sight of their love for one another. They were willingly to give up a piece of themselves for one another but even then, the universe may not allow love to prosper. Alaina Carver died two years after having been married to my father due to kidney failure, even after all that work and something so tragic can happen. My father lost the woman he wanted to have and to hold forever due to her illness getting the better of her. Even the love of an adult can be burnt out, affected by the forced they can’t control. Much like a fire’s inability to protect itself from

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