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  • I wish for the day when "Love" is not a bad word.

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    10 posts, 5 voices, 1203 views, started Sep 20, 2012

    Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2012 by Jolynn333




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      I wish for the day when "Love" is not a bad word.
      If only it could be expressed and exchanged freely without guilt.
      To be able to feel it, except it and allow it to fill the void. I would not miss that void.
      To feel the content and calm of which it could bring.
      If only it could be expressed and exchanged freely without guilt.
      I will continue wishing for that day.
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          Nita P wrote Sep 20, 2012
        • i think love is one of those words that is used too often with no great heart,  here today gone tomorrow..

          i do hope you find that love u are after, that intimate significant other who makes you dilerious with lifeheartheartestatic



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          Marya1961 wrote Sep 21, 2012
        • Wishing you happiness and peace!  Hub and I use the word “treasure“...it means how we feel about each other.



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          Teresa Price wrote Sep 22, 2012
        • Yes I do believe that Love can be used to casually. But, I believe that love is not a feeling dont get me wrong it can be, but I believe that is why we have so many divorces because we lose the butterflys and then we think we must not love them anymore. Just like I know God loves me even though I dont feel him all the time It does not mean he dont love me. I pray that you find the love you are looking for also but just remember butterflies last for a time but there always not there even though I experience them sometimes with my husband not as much as I would like to. Then I remember he is my best friend and we are committed to one another and that despite my feelings I know he feels the same about me. This is what I believe in my heart. It hurts to see these young people get married and then divorce so early. I hope that helps if not just disregard.



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          Jolynn333 wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • I’m curious about these comments.  I am actually very much in love with my husband (although he does make me crazy at times and there are obviously some things that I wish were different, I knew that going in ;) I am from the camp that we are put on this earth to experience love and joy.  We find this thru family, friends, spouses, etc....I lost a dear dear friend of mine years back and at the service, a friend spoke and said “Paul was never afraid to say “I love you“.  He told everyone that he loved; that he loved them (including me :)    and I learned then that it’s so much better to tell people when you can (opposed to when it’s too late).  But not everyone likes to hear these words spoken when it is not directed to them. And for me....I want to shout it from the roof tops and let everyone who I love....know, without a doubt, that I love them, cherish them and wish them all the love and joy this life has to offer. estatic



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          Teresa Price wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • I dont believe that it was meant that way I believe they were talking about say a man using the word love to get what they want using the word love loosely and not meaning it. Everyone wants someone to tell them they love them and mean it. That is what I believe everyone was trying to convey. Not that they hate the word love but that they dont like people using it and not meaning it.



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          Jolynn333 wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • I agree about saying the word when it is not true, not felt...and that it is often even used for another’s gain.  I didn’t want you all to think that I (personally) was looking for love or that I was needing it elsewhere then my spouse.  Didn’t want to give you all the wrong impression. ohhhh



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          Nita P wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • sorry i did misunderstand your intention my second comment reflected that.... but my first comment was just a thought on love itself...happy



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          Teresa Price wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • I also misunderstood your first comment also but I was just speaking on love also. sorry



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          Jolynn333 wrote Sep 24, 2012
        • Your comments made me smile from support and understanding...always better to clarify, right?  xo



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