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Love is not a universal value It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all Alfred Lord Tennyson Everyone is a philosopher when it comes to love Definitions are a dime a dozen Some says love is a rose fragrant and beautiful but thorny and painful The modern mind thinks of love in vague nebulous existential and non-definable terms Its something happens to you and cant be defined According to the Oxford Dictionary love is a deep affection or fondness sexual passion sexual relations for beloved one or sweetheart Love is one of the most precious and treasured feelings in ones life Love is known since the time of Adam and Eve Being in love gives a sense of completeness It makes one feel as if nothing else is needed in order to survive in this world Sometimes being in love can act as a stepping-stone or a doorway passage into another world that you never knew what was out there Love can give you a new outlook on things turns everything youve ever known into something you never thought was possible Love can also strengthen a tie or bond that you may have with someone in a sense that you have that much more in common Many love stories that weve heard such as Romeo and Juliet Laila and Majnun Shah Jehan and Mumtaz Mahal just to name a few These love stories began with lavishing love but ended in griefs Love is said to strike when Cupid the God of Love struck the arrow of love to the victims according to Greek Myth So the name of Cupid is used synonymously with the concept of love today Is love so precious and great However does love has a universal value Is it the same around the world As for me love is different between genders and cultures Undeniably love is different between projection love
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