What Is Love

The hearts hows true passion between one and others

The hearts hows true passion between one and others

As stated by vocabulary.com love is a noun meaning a strong positive emotion of regard and affection. Love is important because it shows how you feel emotionally and physically. You can show it by gift giving, physical touch, quality time, words of affirmation, and acts of service. Showing affection makes one feel good. There are multiple ways of love, love for your sport, partner, and animals. Love is just showing affection for something.

Dating is a part of life, it is something everyone should experience. Dating is knowing you have someone there for you always, someone you can trust and relate to. Maggie Smith, a junior who is dating Micah Griffith, a junior says, “Micah’s personality is like no one I have ever met. He is so shy but also has this amazing personality that only his family and friends see. He’s such a gentleman, and always puts me first.” Having a go to person and someone you can relate to is definitely something you should look for in a relationship. “I think that Micah and I click because we both have such similar personalities. He’s so shy, yet so outgoing when you get to know him. I think that makes us so good together. We can just feel each other’s vibes really well I guess.” 

Loving includes animals too, furry friends is something everyone loves. Erik Nutter, a freshman says, “I have a dog named Remy, I love him so much, I love going home, knowing he is waiting for me.” It is best when you have had that furry friend in your family for a long time. Marlee Schwab, a freshman says, “I have had my dog Piper and she has been in my family for a while now, I love her so much, she protects me at every cost and is so cuddly too.” 

Loving something is not just about a person, it can be about an object that you have plate your whole life. Madison Jayson, a freshman varsity lacrosse player says, “I love lacrosse because it gives me a space to not think and just play. It shows a side of me that it different than everyday me, and it is fun to let loose.” Growing up with a sport is just a different astrosphere. “ I fell in love with volleyball when I was about 7 years old. Since my dad was the athletic director, I was always around the volleyball team, and they were literally my idols. I could name each and every roster from the past ten years without error. Volleyball raised me” says Smith.