Essay - Love What is Love? Love, According to the Holy Bible...


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***** is Love? *****, according to the Holy Bible, is patient and kind. Love does not envy or boast and is not proud. Love never fails (NIV 811). This simple term for ***** most powerful emotion in the world is simply not enough. Love is all these th*****gs, it has the abil*****y to empower and increase confidence, ***** lighten a mood or make the world seem a better place. Yet it also has the ability to always makes us feel useless, like a newborn child or tot*****lly incapable of doing the most simplest ***** tasks.

Therefore, what ***** this intangible emotion and power that can leave us without any control over ourselves and increases our vulnerability to being hurt? The Oxford New English Dictionary defines Love as being "a deep rom*****ntic or sexual attachment to someone" (***** ***** Dictionary 1094). If love was as simple as this definition ********** the lovers Gods and Goddess, such as Cupid ***** Venus, would have an easy time in bringing people together. However, if we look at myths and legends surrounding these characters ***** job ***** certainly not easy.

Love is not ***** to define as many ***** would think. Many ***** even argue that it ***** indefinable, being an ***** beyond words. It is an emotion that can ***** be understood or thought about in the simplest of *****s as logic ***** not apply to matters ***** ***** heart. For example a m*****n or woman may known the flaws of *****ir partner, know that they are bad news ***** ***** there will be heartbreak, yet they stay. ***** may be despite the knowledge ***** ***** flaws *****, ***** a result of the choice, not see these ***** due to their love for th***** person. Here we ***** also see that there may be seen ***** there is difficulty in separating love, passion and infatuation as they overlap.

***** we look at ***** we may see them walking down the street hand in hand, ***** hearts pound*****g as ***** feel the hand and pulse of *****ir partners, the way their lover smiles or the sweet fragrance ***** their lovers perfume. This is how strong this emotion is, eliciting a physiological response. To hear y***** lover's voice even after a few minutes of silence ***** to some like the soft music of *****ngels.

Yet sometimes ***** love can be bitter***** for ***** all things love can turn sour leaving lovers hurt and in pain from the sadness ***** betrayal.

***** conquers all even life, for when Love does turn sour a broken heart ***** never be repaired. There is also ***** problem of unrequited love, *****ever, many would argue that this is a lesser form of love; not true love.

*****, ***** love does come in***** a *****'s life it can ***** most wondrous experience ever felt. L*****erature ***** art is full ***** works inspired by love. The urge to write poems, ***** listen to soft songs that you once thought silly or to

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