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All over the world there are billions of people all in different areas. In addition to being separated geographically, we all are individually at a different level of socio-emotional maturity. Some are constantly improving and becoming better, while others remain stagnant; unfortunately some may be regressing as well. However those who truly love really try to become better people. It is the practice of a lover, a person who loves, to constantly improve themselves in order to remain in the state of love. When we love, we always strive to be better than we are.

The largest part of an individualís growth is defining the term love. Not everyone recognizes love as the same thing. However, the distinguishing factor of love is itís importance. To love, to take part in the act of loving, embodies so many aspects of oneís relationship with the world. Love is emotions like fear or happiness, relationships like the kind one may have with family or strangers, actions like giving a gift or doing something difficult for someone else, and so much more. Above all, to love is to care and to want to be someone positive in the world and touch upon the lives of others that you love with the intentions that these interactions will affect them in such a manner that is beneficial for them and yourself mutually.

Everyday we are constantly bombarded with choices and then the consequence of those choices. Some choices we make, while others are made for us. The act of improvement is to learn from the consequences of our actions and the actions of those around us. Many times love causes us to do things we donít want to do. Love can initialize a process we are unfamiliar with however this unfamiliarity is something to learn from. Loving is caring and to truly love one must want to care. One must want to be better because the importance of love is not in its prestige, but rather in the experiences attained through the process of loving. Its value lies within the way love makes you think, behave, dream, react, feel, and talk. In other words, loving makes you a better person.

It is important for every individual to be in love not only when itís comfortable but also when it is inconvenient. There are tow sides to love, the giving and receiving. Therefore the equity of convenience love comes into question. The loverís experience is to learn from not being loved, as well as loving, seeking love, wanting love, and not wanting love. And every single aspect has value. To become a complete individual we must know all the facets of love. It may take a lifetime to achieve these positions with love, so love must be cherished. The rarity of true love is what makes it special. It is truly a waste when one does not recognize love in their life, whether it is pointing towards them or away from them.

Love is a complex part of life that many may never know every aspect of. There is much to be said about those who learn whenever and whatever they can, and strive to become better people. All are capable of becoming great individuals but few make every effort to improve themselves. Everyoneís journey repeats many times. Those who struggle to become that which is positive endure adversity differently along their path, but every time the road is traveled it becomes easier, because lovers themselves have become better. One must want to feel the way that they cause others to feel and have things happen to them in the way they cause things to happen. Tomorrow we have to be better than we are today.


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