What is the difference between like and Love?As most individuals living in world seem also to used them in the wrong text of conversation.Maybe this will help some to understand the difference between the two .
It is a continuum. And love is more than like, though somewhat close on the continuum.
http://atcelle.blogspot.com/2016/05/i-l … e.html?m=1Thank You! Tamara Wilhite ! I wrote this on the topic tell me if you agree .
Hi Marcelle Hinkson! How's it going?If it is of interest to you, I happen to have written a hub about the subject. Here it is...http://hubpages.com/education/Like-and- … Meditation
Everything is Okay including myself Thank You! I will check it out William Thomas
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/i-like-l … eader-cardWilliam Thomas ) So Did I.
Like is something when you feel nice about something & Love is that you would like to indulge into that.
John Smith Love is a passion like is a short connection there is a real big difference between the two , you can also check out the link that I sent Tamara Okay!
Marcelle Hinkson - Yes
Thank You! John Smith 117
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