Few emotions garner a more passionate, more guttural reaction in each of us than love. Except perhaps for hate. And yet, which of us could give an unequivocal definition of what each of these emotions stand for; how they manifest themselves; or even why? Expressions of love take many forms, some of them saccharine, some violent, even repulsive to the eyes of society. To paraphrase the age-old adage, one man's act of love, is another man's manifestation of hatred.
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