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05/20/2010

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Alisha

Love your last two posts! I've been thinking about the love I have for my children lately and how it compares to my love for Johnny. I'm sure they must be two different kind of loves (If I knew the Greek types of love, I'd put which two they are here.) I totally get what your saying!

sara

I think my husband and my child have taught me how to fully love, but in different ways. The big gift my husband has given me is he has taught me how to be loved, which is a different matter entirely.

TD Hinkle

Storge is the greek work for the affection or love that parents have for their children.
Eros is the word for romantic love we usually reserve for when we say we are 'in love' with someone.

Alisha

Thanks Travis, I should have known you'd know the "loves" I was looking for! I was just reading about phileo and agape the other day, and I didn't think either of those fit. Storge - now I know! :)

sara

show off.

sara

I should have known Trav would know these things!

Amber

Time is so rude like that. But I totally agree. I find myself wanting to slow time down and speed it up simultaneously. I'm trying to enjoy the moment and not think too much about what needs to get done or worry too much about things that didn't get done.

I'm not much of a blogger myself, so I have a great appreciation for those who are. Blogs are great for documenting these fleeting moments...I just wonder what happens to them 20 years from now?

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