What Is "Love"?
To a standard web site dictionary, "love" as a noun/ verb is a/ to be profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person (Define Love). To me in my own personal sitings, this word means so much more. Not only would I like to agree with this web site definition, but I also would like to add plenty more to the dry definition. Love is extremely serious. Although there are many young people that think they are in love, they most likely are not and need to take the term more seriously. Teenagers and adolescents throw the word around without actually, truly knowing the real meaning. The standard web site dictionary definition above is not the full real definition of the term "love".
Love is caring about another person more than you can care about yourself. It is being able to trust that person with everything and anything. Love is being able to completely be your ridiculous self around another person. It is thinking about that other person every minute of every single day. Love is getting along, and love is making sacrifices for one another. It is being able to give your entire body and soul to a human being, other than yourself. Love is about being goofy. It is a crazy feeling in every tiny little part of your body. Love is being able to be with that person every minute of every single day.
Love is to put another person before yourself in health, safety, and passion. It is to want this person in your life forever and always. Love is to know every detail about that person; from what they put on their hot dogs to what kind of under wear they prefer. It is to finish the sentences of one another. Love is to take extra special care of another person. It is to brighten that person's day, all days.
Now, let's take this all in. We're adding a lot of words to the standard dictionary term. Here we go: the term "love", based on my own personal experiences and sightings, is to have a serious, profoundly tender, passionate affection, goofy,...