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    Is it not the epitome of love, to care for, to pray and wish success for a person. To advise them impartially and positively. Sacrificing your own positive desires, to help them achieve their goal.
    Even if they do not want their success to lie in the path of you but someone else?
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    Hi no one going to state their opinion?
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    Every individuals have their own definition of "love" and just because one's way of loving someone isn't similar to others doesn't mean that it's not love.


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    Love is different for everyone. For me it's wanting the best for someone even if they end up hating you.
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    (Original post by Alsklinq)
    Every individuals have their own definition of "love" and just because one's way of loving someone isn't similar to others doesn't mean that it's not love.
    I agree. It's completely different for everyone. I don't think there is an "epitome of love" but if there was, wouldn't it just be to love someone unconditionally?
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    (Original post by Nerdy_Birdy96)
    I agree. It's completely different for everyone. I don't think there is an "epitome of love" but if there was, wouldn't it just be to love someone unconditionally?
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    I think that probably qualifies as using the term in the definition.
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    (Original post by Protégé)
    Love is different for everyone. For me it's wanting the best for someone even if they end up hating you.
    Yh you are correct, the thing is wanting the best for someone does not always work out for you does it. As you said they end up hating you calling you selfish and end up beliving that your love wasn't real


    (Original post by Alsklinq)
    Every individuals have their own definition of "love" and just because one's way of loving someone isn't similar to others doesn't mean that it's not love.

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    Agreed, but what if the one you love does not understand your definition?
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    (Original post by Nerdy_Birdy96)
    I agree. It's completely different for everyone. I don't think there is an "epitome of love" but if there was, wouldn't it just be to love someone unconditionally?
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    Yh Actually, I reckon it would be. The thing is loving someone unconditionally does not necessarily mean letting your beloved go. where as letting them go and sacrificing your heart and a lot of pain is really hard to overcome and go through?
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    (Original post by zubz91)
    Agreed, but what if the one you love does not understand your definition?
    It doesn't really matter if the other person understands your definition or not, loving someone is unconditional. It's not affected by whether the other person loves you back/doesn't understand your love, etc.

    I'm not sure if love can be described with words at all, its just unconditional.
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    (Original post by Alsklinq)
    It doesn't really matter if the other person understands your definition or not, loving someone is unconditional. It's not affected by whether the other person loves you back/doesn't understand your love, etc.

    I'm not sure if love can be described with words at all, its just unconditional.
    Thank you
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    (Original post by Alsklinq)
    It doesn't really matter if the other person understands your definition or not, loving someone is unconditional. It's not affected by whether the other person loves you back/doesn't understand your love, etc.

    I'm not sure if love can be described with words at all, its just unconditional.
    Thank you very much
 
 
 
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