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Love by definition is an emotion explored in philosophy religion and literature often as either romantic love the fraternal love of others or the love of God based on the definition found in The Encarta Encyclopedia As I explored the definition by means of the Internet books and articles I noticed the definitions changed quite a bit but yet had the same basic understanding The definition I found in The Encarta Encyclopedia was probably the most simple and most basic It refers to love in the whole aspect which is Godly fraternal and romantic All in which can only be defined by one word and that it love The definitions of love are the same and yet different Godly for instance is the love of God and your devotion and respect toward him the creator In all religion god carries the same aspect Fraternal love is the love of ones family and relatives even the love of one who is close to you in that respect such as a friend Then theres romantic love a love between two people which I consider to be both intimate and sexual Older dictionaries and encyclopedias usually refer to the romantic aspect of love as the love in which is experience between man and woman In todays society it is said that romantic love can be found regardless of your gender and based on that definition I would have to agree but personally disagree for the simply reason that we were physically made to adapt with the other gender sexually Feeling romantic love for the same sex would defeats the purpose of our existents which is procreation Thus making love for the same sex unjust Love has been expressed since the beginning of time since Adam and Eve Each culture expresses its love in its own special way Though out history though its aspect has always been the same Love has been a major characteristic of literature also
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