Dee Miller Posted February 25 Report Share Posted February 25 @Edwina Louise DorchSomething else comes to mind in reference to the book you shared, and the question that was asked. 'The book asks the question - Who do you love? or What is the color of the person that you love? First, I chose to start another topic because I didn't want to interfere with the purpose of your entry, but the question of Love, provoked an observation about Four Letter Words, so thank you for igniting my thoughts. Some four-letter words have lost their power, while other four-letter words have gained strength. Take the four-letter word LOVE, for example, the word love used to have a powerful emotional connection to the mind, body and spirit. It made you tingle. Now the four-letter word has branched out to mean many things. For example, love ya is another way of saying, bye, and thanks for doin me a solid, and oops, sorry... On the other hand, the four-letter word HATE hasn't lost its power, and, in fact, has gained momentum. Even though the four-letter word has branched out to mean many things, its power has remained constant, in that it continues to be associated with a negative connotation. How about the word FEAR. This word and meaning remained consistent in that it keeps one from taking action whether good or bad. What four-letter words cause an emotional reaction for you and why? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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