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    Essay On Love Than Love

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    There is More to Love Than Love The majority of people classify love as an overwhelming emotion that can only explain the feelings one has for a loved one, family member, other half or best friend, however, behind the concept of love there are many different forms of love. Not only is love the driving emotion behind every intimate couple, it is the bond between relatives, the strength between couples and the backbone to the human body. This theme is a constantly recurring concept that symbolizes

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    everyone who ever used it, but is a double edged blade since it can also destroy that person. This powerful and magical weapon is called “love”. Some of the best literature works were based on love and his experiences, works like: Intruder by Jorge Borges, Morning by Pablo Neruda, One Holy Night by Sandra Cisneros and Love after Love by Derek Walcott just to name a few. Love is

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    Is First Love, Real Love?

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    Is love at first sight real? According to “Your Tango”, “nearly fifty–eight percent of Americans believe that love at first sight is real. Also fifty percent of Americans claim that they have experienced it themselves” (Behan). The controversy over whether or not a couple can fall in love quickly can be debated. However, the truth about love is that it can occur in a split second. With evidence from the play, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, there is proof that love at first sight does exist

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    The True Love Argument Do you believe in true love? It is at the core of every Fairy Tale imaginable. Fairy tales usually begin with a charming prince and a beautiful princess intertwining in a miraculous tale of romance and wonder with an evil figure that must be defeated in order for the two to live happily ever after. True love doesn’t really exist because: love and lust may easily be mistaken for one another. hormones within the body that have nothing to do with love at all, and there are different

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    match the way the person feels in dreams. When the speaker begins by saying, “Eros,” it establishes the dream-like stage of the poem (l. 1). Eros is part of four Greek words that specify a category of affection (Lewis 108); Eros is a type of intimate love (“Eros”). However, that is not the only meaning. Eros is also known as the son of Aphrodite and more commonly by his Roman name: Cupid (“Eros”). Mythology is now thought of as fantasy, and the thing people dream about. Therefore, just by using this

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    some point in their lives has experience love, whether they were loved or have loved. Every one becomes a philosopher when it comes to love. The truth is the question "What is love?" Is very hard to answer. I realized that there is no one definition of love. Everyone has their own ideas and definition of what love is and means to them. The reason why is so difficult to define is that it is one of the most complicated feelings in the human range of emotions. Love is a bundle of emotion felt at the same

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    What is love? This is a question that has been asked throughout the decades. It has been studied and observed. Lives have been lost and wars been fought over it. Webster dictionary defines love as; “a (1) : strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties (2) : attraction based on sexual desire : affection and tenderness felt by lovers (3) : affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interests b : an assurance of affection ”.Here is how the world’s best-selling

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    Love is defined as, “an intense feeling of deep affection or a deep romantic or sexual attachment to someone”(Merriam-Webster). This definition excludes those such as asexuals, aromantics, the love of strangers as well as the love animals show. A more accurate definition of love is wanting the best for someone knowing it may cost you something and expecting nothing in return. This revised definition is based off of inclusivity, while Websters definition is one of exclusivity. Affection is a gentle

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    Despite these works being written over centuries apart, the authors correlation of the concepts of love were notable. Plato’s Symposium was composed of different views regarding their definitions of love, while Carver’s “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” focuses on what a group of friends talk about on the topic of love. Both pieces contain groups of people discussing their ideologies and relatable experiences, which in the end emphasize the complexity and variety of this emotion. Even

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    their own interpretation of love. They all have their own meaning and understanding. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary the definition of love is, “strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties”(Merriam-Webster), the dictionary definition tells us that it is a feeling toward someone you know and have some sort of connection with. However, to each and every person love has a different meaning that relates to how they have experienced love in the past, and what they have

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