Transmitting Love

The Bookshelf of Emily J.

I am fully aware that love is traditionally given and received through touch. We hug and kiss, caress, and hold hands.  This love, although romantic and exciting, is also physical.  However, I find that more genuine and platonic love is often shown without physicality.  I often feel this sort of love more intensely, and it makes me happier.  I suppose you could call it charity.

I’m not sure what to call it, but I know that every so often I will feel this love transmitted from another person and it just makes me relaxed, calm, happy, and content.  Do you know that feeling?

From Wikimedia Commons by Johntex From Wikimedia Commons by Johntex

I first remember feeling it in the presence of an elementary school friend.  I was probably in first or second grade, and I don’t remember anything about this friend other than the fact that she spoke so quietly and sweetly that I…

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