Love- abstract Essay

             The world is full of puzzles; love is a four letter-puzzle most people wait their whole lives to put together. Love is like a multi-lane highway, in traffic your exit is coming up and you’re in the far lane. Love can be confusing to the point it hurts to even bother with it. The highway of love has many exits and you try to love everyone and everything that is around you no matter what.
             Love is an emotion or feeling. It involves commitment, sacrifice, desire, happiness and pain. A simple four-letter word complicates things to an extreme because it has so many levels to it. You love your family because they’re blood related (they’re like you). You love your friends because you can be wild and crazy, yet you have a shoulder to cry on when the world seems to fall. Then you have the love of that special someone. It’s a love that makes you tingle inside. Lastly, you have the love of things you desire, such as pets, hobbies and all the little things that make your world all yours.
             Love and life are somewhat similar. They both have lessons to learn from and both have so much to offer if you make an effort. They both compliment each other. You have to love in order to live life to its fullest. Though love isn’t clear to most people you go on trying to live and love to your best ability.
             Love of a family, from a family, to me is there. You kind of always have love of a family no matter how crazy, how close or even different you are. Love of friendship is the fact you know that you can make someone laugh and clown around with, yet still be serious. Friendship is love that can be trusted with secrets and goofiness at the same time. Love of that “special” someone is family and friendship combined. This love is the hardest to actually accomplish for many people. I think this kind of love is about finding the right person at the right time and place and also realizing he or she could actually be good fo

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