What is love? A ticklish sensation around the heart that can't bescratched? Something I earn when I do things right? Something Igive to get something back? My definition is that love is awillingness to choose to see and respond to the best in anotherperson, even when they are not experiencing or expressing itthemselves at the moment. This gives you the opportunity to beloving, no matter what the other is doing! It also requires thatyou decide to give up petty (and not-so-petty) judgments ofot
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What is love? A ticklish sensation around the heart that can't bescratched? Something I earn when I do things right? Something Igive to get something back? My definition is that love is awillingness to choose to see and respond to the best in anotherperson, even when they are not experiencing or expressing itthemselves at the moment. This gives you the opportunity to beloving, no matter what the other is doing! It also requires thatyou decide to give up petty (and not-so-petty) judgments ofot
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