Your Definition of Love
This is a pretty difficult one, not because I don’t have a definition of love or anything as daft as that, but because that definition isn’t necessarily something that can be expressed only in words.
Obviously, if we’re talking romantic love (which I assume we are) rather than familial or unconditional, then there are certain traits that nearly everyone can agree on. Someone who: you share a deep affinity with, a friendship entirely different from any other, is a source of comfort and of understanding, and of a million and one other things. As mentioned, it’s quite hard to write down enough points and express them sufficiently.
Suffice to say, that as cheesy as it might sound/read, the only time that anyone is really fully aware of their definition of love is when they are with that one person – and that it transcends anything you could write down in a 200-ish word blog post.
Father O’Neil: And now for our next reading I’d like to ask the bride’s sister Gloria up to the lectern.
John Beckwith: 20 bucks, First Corinthians.
Jeremy Grey: Double or nothing, Colossians 3:12.
Gloria Cleary: And now a reading from Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians.