Love, What’s in the Word? Part 4.

22 Nov

This is part of a continuing series on the topic of love- feel free to read Part 1: Love Evolution , Part 2: Where is Love Now and Part 3: Is Love Really All you Need?

It’s not simply love we need but the many beautiful and human connections we need…and we need them to be felt.

Love may have started out tens of thousands of years ago with a much more simple meaning, but today it has become a generic term used to describe something so complicated that it has become an over hyped expression.


We use the word “Love” for everything from “loving” peanuts to “loving” one’s child. It is not love as we casually say it now that is a healing and nourishing facet of our lives.

It is the feelings behind love which are directly formed by our sincere wish to act out one or more of the many attributes that make up love. There is too much love trying to go around today with out enough specific feeling. It is the concentration of feeling that has the power to connect.

 

For more on love, please read my previous posts here, here and here. Stay tuned for Part 5: Love Means Work.

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