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    “I love you with all of my heart”, “I love you to the moon and back”, “I love you unconditionally”, but do you really? One may say these things, but do they honestly mean them whole-heartedly? The average human heart is only 10 ounces, which in comparison to the three-pound brain, is actually tiny. Are you saying you love them only a tiny bit? And how many trips are you planning to take to the moon; one round trip is lone 6 days. Are you saying you love them for only 6 days, no more no less? Unconditionally is not being limited by conditions. Are you saying if someone did you wrong unto no return you would love him or her? While you may say you did not mean the phrases literally, why do we say them? Society has demonstrated acts and set…

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    Love has always been a mystery to me. Not in the sense of love that comes from another person of the opposite gender but more so family & self love. These two types of love are my monster/creature in a scooby doo episode, Only difference is that my episode is sixteen years long with no clues left along the way. The definition of “love” is an intense feeling of deep affection. But there are many other definitions that others may classify love to be. Love is the person that I have identified but…

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    What do you picture when you hear the word love? Is it a long walk on the beach or a kiss in the rain? A white tablecloth dinner or a dozen red roses? Do you picture John Cusack holding a boombox outside Diane’s window or do you hear Paul McCartney singing ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’? In any case, it is evident that the word ‘love’ has many different definitions and personal connotations. So while research has recently begun to explore the complex neural basis behind this powerful emotion, it is my…

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    Love. So complicated, yet so simple. It is as rudimentary as breathing, sleeping, and eating. But, why is it so overpowering? Why is it that when I am engulfed in its sweet fluorescent ocean that I can’t sleep. I can’t eat. I can hardly breath without thinking about him. It seems silly right? To let an emotion take over my logical thought process. How is it that I can be so on course, so on track, but suddenly I see Mr. Right and I am fleeing in every direction like a madman? Unfortunately, as…

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    According to Dictionary.com, love is defined as an intense feeling or affection for a person or thing that someone loves. Love has been known to cause physiological and psychological effects such as increased heart rate, loss of appetite and sleep, and a feeling of excitement. The brain also releases chemicals such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. The words koi (恋), ai (愛), and ren'ai (恋愛) all mean love in Japanese. Love has been into all aspect of the world. The word love first…

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    According to Dictionary.com, love is defined as an intense feeling or affection for a person or thing that someone loves. Love has been known to cause physiological and psychological effects such as increased heart rate, loss of appetite and sleep, and a feeling of excitement. The brain also releases chemicals such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. The words koi (恋), ai (愛), and ren'ai (恋愛) all mean love in Japanese. Love has been into all aspects of the world. The word love first…

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    When it comes to love, people do not know where to start from. What is the definition of love? How do we demonstrate love? Do the people we love know we love them? How do you know it is love? People define love in many different ways; and they all are correct. Love can be as powerful as a tornado and as painful as its results. Love is not easy to understand and we might not know when we are in love. Also, love appears when we least expect it. Can we prepare for that? Love appears when we might…

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    Love is an eternal fire it burns brighter than a thousand suns! It is quiet understanding, that two people share and once one is in love hiding that feeling is a battle in which you will fail miserably. We all want to love and be loved in return; however, to love someone has different meanings to all. Such as you can love your mother or teacher even to love a particular movie or book love can be used to describe the feelings you have for many things. That said the flaw is when love is…

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    glance of the elderly couple you would believe that an eternity of love was shared between. I bet they…

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    much happiness, and also so much pain. Love is a big topic that we can never discover everything about it in a short period of time. There are many types and levels of love, but the one affects us the most would be “love without expectations”. In another word, people often call it “true love”. Why this feeling is so unique from other levels of love? True love is a deep and unique emotion. When we experience true love, we do not expect anything in return. True love can basically be loving our…

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