THE DEFINITION OF LOVE

THE DEFINITION OF LOVE

September 12, 2013
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THE DEFINITION OF LOVE

The definition of Love? Love Life! This includes loving ourselves, Career, Family & Friends, and the significant one.

I. Love Ourselves

Love starts with self loving. Without this foundation, we cannot love or give love to others. Self loving begins with accepting who we are, both of the good and the bad.  Embrace and celebrate the past. Appreciate the current. Anticipate our future.

II. Love our Career

I cannot think of a day going to a work and wishing the next hour leaving for home. This is nothing but torture. Do what we love and be passionate! Life isn’t long to waste around. We should focus on forging magnificent events even just one. Have you ever felt the exciting moment seeing the result built by your own hands? It doesn’t matter how longing and frustrated the process took. This is what life is about!

III. Love Family & Friends

We all need compassion, inspiration, and encouragement. Family is our sheltered harbor. They love us unconditionally. Having good friends can inspire and motivate us unexpectedly. We live in a society and require social interaction.

IV. Love the Significant One

Having a significant one is the ultimate happiness. Either relationship or marriage is team work. A good team accelerates each other for the achievement. Love fosters the drive and catalyzes the momentum.

Love doesn’t only limit to Romance but embraces various components. Don’t feel lonely when you haven’t found the one. There are so many other reasons to cheer!

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