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Here's How People Of Different Ages Define Love

"It makes you do the things you never thought you could do and... I think it just makes life worth living."

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Creative agency SoulPancake recently asked people of different ages (including a 105-year-old man!) what they think love means.

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Age 29: "Love, for me, is being 100% vulnerable and all the way in."

Age 56: "It makes you do the things you never thought you could do and... I think it just makes life worth living."

Age 17: "It's being able to do something for somebody else that maybe you wouldn't normally do or maybe you wouldn't want to do, but you do it anyway because it's something that they want to do."

Age 65: "It means, in a funny way, freedom, because you're free to feel so many feelings so deeply."

Age 7: "If you mean family-wise, it means everything, but if you're talking, like... marriage... I mean, you can be single. That's kinda what I want to do."

Age 80: "I'm married 55 years. Our job, in life, the two of us, is to look after each other and see to it that we're our best selves, so to speak."

"So I try to help her be her best self, and she tries to help me... and to me, that's love."
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"So I try to help her be her best self, and she tries to help me... and to me, that's love."

Age 2: [giggles uncontrollably]

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