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Love & Friendship: Discerning the True Meaning vs It's Misuse

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Misusing words because you have an ulterior motive behind its use or to make someone feel better, ends up making them feel worse and you a liar. Aside from claiming love or friendship, you should also silently and fully show those terms as truth. Love is such a complex emotion that using it recklessly causes confusion and pain towards those you really don’t love. People go about calling others friend or using the words, “I love you”, while showing quite the opposite. It almost seems as though people lack the knowledge of what words really mean or they think they can redefine their meanings.  

True love doesn’t talk behind your back what it wouldn’t say to your face. You know you love someone when you’re willing to go beyond set limits/boundaries.  “Love knows no boundary” isn’t just a Hallmark card saying, its truth.  A friend as defined by the dictionary is: A person whom one knows, likes, and trusts. I wish I could stop here and not break this meaning down further, but I would be remiss by not going deeper in explanation. A friend is someone who will aide, guide, and who will help you along your journey; as you would help them. You cannot expect someone to believe you when you call them friend if most of the negative things said about them are coming from you, a friend. Join your host Minister Dupree-Alridge, co-hosts A. Michelle Grogan, and Skye Vonn for a raw and truthful discussion about two misused words and true meaning. Dial in # (646) 668-2495, Thursday 5/19/2016 @ 8:00 pm EST.

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