True Meaning of Love…


Just a four letter word.

But has a great meaning to it.

So, What is love? We use the word ‘love’ like so many times a day; “I love my dog”, “I love my best friend”, “I love food” or “I love sleeping”. Has anyone ever thought what does that mean?

Love happens when you have strong, affectionate feelings towards something or someone; you feel protective, warmth or respect for it; A fleeting emotion of care and like. You will feel like without that person or thing your day will not start or will not end, you’ll think without them you have nothing interesting in your life.

But love doesn’t always mean to have romantic feelings towards someone, as I mentioned before love means you’ll care for them or like them.

Love is when you appreciate the beauty of nature, you will fall in love with nature when you will be standing on the edge of a cliff and you’ll feel the cool breeze playing with your hair, your eyes will not get tired while drinking in the scenery as far as your eyes will go.

Love is when you don’t know cooking but still, try to bake a cake for your mother.

Love is when your mother stays all night, taking care of you when you are sick.

Love is when your dog is waiting for you at your doorstep and you too are excited to see him, although you tired after a long day of work.

Love is when Dad is working overtime so that he can buy your graduation present on time.

Love is when you love someone enough to let them go and trust that they will come back to you.

The fuzzy feeling you get when you’ll  know that someone cares for you? Yes, that is love.

The feeling of satisfaction when you finish the last bite of your favorite food.

Yep! That is your love for food!

“Love is involuntary.”

It can happen to anyone, at any time, at any place, when you won’t even know the meaning of love then too, love can happen.


“Don’t afraid to love and being loved. It’s the best feeling in the world.”


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