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The feeling of love. Where does it come from? You get the feeling from the people that surround you. The individuals you care about, who are always around, to put a smile on your face. Or give you a warm feeling in your heart. In my life, the people that give me this, are my beautiful healthy sons. They are my life, and I would do anything for them. They make my day, everyday. They let me experience every emotion possible. But somehow, I still feel as if there is something missing. The reality of true love. What does true love mean anyways? How do you know when you have found it? I've heard many stories of how they like to explain it. “Love could be standing right in front of you”, Or “ It will come when the time is right”.  Well of course I love the people in my life, But not in love. Lately I've been really thinking, when is it going to be my turn to find that special someone. I know I always say I want to find him, but I know I'm ready now. The boys and I are ready to have a good man in our lives. 

Love----- How can such a small word, mean so much??
Love has so many different meanings, and here I am going to list them all just to clarify.
It can be a passionate affection for another person
It can give you a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection. As for a parent, child or friend.

You will know the meaning of love, when you fall in love.

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