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Butterflies in your stomach

Love is a feeling of strong or constant affection for a certain thing or person. Love is something that makes you feel having little butterflies in your stomach whenever you see or thinking of that certain person or thing.

Butterflies in your stomach

 

Love is a feeling of strong or constant affection for a certain thing or person.
Love is something that makes you feel having little butterflies in your stomach whenever you see or thinking of that certain person or thing.
Love is something that makes you blush and can lift your mood.

To start loving someone it all starts with a foundation of friendship, knowing each other and being comfortable with each other and there the feelings were starting to develop.
We have all experienced different kinds of love, but it all starts in our home with our parents and siblings.
As we grow, we continue to learn about different kinds of love and how do we express it through words or actions.

We start making friends and treating them as your family is a sign of love.
But love is not all about happiness, love can hurt you for the long-run and people can be blinded by it.
Loving someone requires a lot of efforts and sacrifices, you should prepare your self physically and mentally when you start to love someone.

You should make yourself ready for the possible heartbreaks that you might encounter.
Love teaches us many lessons, from falling to starting over again to make yourself better for the next chapter of your love story.
Love is the most important emotion that we feel.
We all have different experiences with love it can be happy or sad but don’t stop loving because it is the most fulfilling experience in this world.
We have our different perceptions of love, but always remember that there is one who truly loves and he is our God.

 

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