Almost everyone can agree that the word "love" is jam-packed with power and meaningful emotion, but what I find most curious is how we deal with it when it's sandwiched in between the words, "I" and "you," as in, "I love you."
Loving someone works well as a concept; it's a private moment that lives in the heart, and all of it's mysteries and revelations are safely considered behind the veil of vulnerability. No one can enter our minds, so the degree of love that we feel can never be known. Outside of the non-verbal communication that may include a psychic, romantic, experiential or familial connection, the only thing that can bridge the gap between one's heart and another's mind is the written or spoken word.
And, unfortunately, (or fortunately, depending on how at ease one is with emotional expression) the purest and most straightforward way of saying, "I love you," is by saying... "I love you."
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