Love is a feeling that is tender and warm of a person by another, including physical and sexual. In the last chapter of the book, “Links”, Marcia Esteves Agostinho says that love is more than a feeling, but an act of will, a mature decision and a responsible attitude. Still according to the author, love is the creator and assumes a project – a future with the other – and done. For this reason, love is also history.
But love, above all, is that something inexplicable that we're always looking, always wanting to keep, always wanting to feel and shareeven though he makes us suffer, since he always makes us smile.
Namby-pamby? That may be so, but that is the reality.
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1. Feeling that makes someone want the good of others, or of any thing [+ a, by : love (youth for the motherland: love by the humble]
2. Deep affection, devotion of one person to another (maternal love)
3. Feeling tender and warm of a person by another, including physical and sexual: “Our love I can not forget...” (Noel Rosa, Last wish))
4. Loving relationship: The duchess had several loves
5. The act of sex (making love)
6. Slope, clinging to that which arouses pleasure or empathy (love the music)
7. Rel. Feeling of devotion to God; WORSHIP
8. The loved the object of love: Delilah love Samson
9. Care, zeal, and dedication: Doing something with love.
10. Mit. Cupid
[F.: Do lat. love, oris.]
Love is real, real is love
Love is feeling, feeling love
Love is wanting to be loved
Love is touch, touch is love
Love is reaching, reaching love
Love is asking to be loved
Love is you
You and me
Love is knowing
We can be
Love is free, free is love
Love is living, living love
Love is needing to be loved