Love Around the World

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Love around the World

Jenny Beebe
Definition Essay
English 101, section 5A1
Dr. Love
16 October 2013

Love is an emotion and a feeling of deep affection. Love can be associated with fondness and tenderness. Usually, people who love will do anything that they can for their loved ones. They stick with them through good times and bad. Sometimes love can be confused with the word “like.” Like is very different from love in the sense that it means something more like “compare” or “relate” while love means “passionate.” Love also comes in many different forms. These forms of love include material love, friendship love, family love, and romantic love which are some of the most important forms. One of the most common types of love is the love for material things. Material love varies from person to person. Some people love money while others may love the clothes or shoes they wear. For example, a person may absolutely love the brand of clothes they wear and that may be all that a person will buy. People may love to shop because they love clothes, shoes, or other items. Such people tend to spend way too much money on these items, especially when they tend not to use the items they buy. When people buy too many shoes they tend not to wear them. One pair of shoes is the maximum a person can wear at a time. Instead people tend to buy more than needed because they love to shop or love a certain kind of item. You also have people who love beautiful things. Sometimes these things may not be able to be touched or bought. One may love a beautiful sunset, strolling hand-in-hand on the beach, or a beautiful park. There are those who have a love for music. The music they love may be classical or romantic. Some people have a love for movies, plays, and other things of that sort. Another love of material is when a person does not love another for who he…...

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