„Love is not liking somebody. Anyone can do that. Love is loving things that sometimes you don't like.“

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„He don't love you like I love you
If he did, he wouldn't break your heart
He don't love you like I love you
He's try-in' to tear us apart.“

—  Curtis Mayfield American singer, songwriter, and record producer 1942 - 1999
Song lyrics, He Will Break Your Heart, written with Jerry Butler and Calvin Carter, originally performed by Jerry Butler (1960).

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„I don't know why
I love you like I do
I don't know why, but I do.“

—  Roy Turk American songwriter 1892 - 1934
Song I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)

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„If you don't love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?“

—  RuPaul Actriz de Televisa, dueña y señora de los ejidos cacaoahuateros 1960
In: Abiola Abrams The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love: The 11 Secrets of Feminine Power http://books.google.co.in/books?id=ILK0AwAAQBAJ&pg=PT30, El Dorado Publishing, 25 June 2014, p. 30

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„Do you always get so hungry when you make love?”
“When you love somebody.“

—  Ernest Hemingway, livro The Garden of Eden
The Garden of Eden (1986), Context: But I get so hungry,' she said. 'Is it normal do you think? Do you always get so hungry when you make love?' 'When you love somebody. Catherine and David Bourne in Ch. 1

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„You can compel love, actually, if somebody is isolated and dependent — it’s like the Stockholm syndrome. But you can’t compel laughter. It happens when two things come together and make a third unexpectedly.“

—  Gloria Steinem American feminist and journalist 1934
The Humanist interview (2012), Context: There were never that many women stand-up comics in the past because the power to make people laugh is also a power that gets people upset. But the ones who were performing were making jokes on themselves usually and now that’s changed. So there are no rules exactly but I think if you see a whole group of people only being self-deprecating, it’s a problem. But I have always employed humor, and I think it’s absolutely crucial that we do because, among other things, humor is the only free emotion. I mean, you can compel fear, as we know. You can compel love, actually, if somebody is isolated and dependent — it’s like the Stockholm syndrome. But you can’t compel laughter. It happens when two things come together and make a third unexpectedly. It happens when you learn something, too. I think it was Einstein who said he had to be careful when he shaved because if he thought of something suddenly, he’d laugh and cut himself. So I think laughter is crucial. Some of the original cultures, like the Dalit and the Native American, don’t separate laughter and seriousness. There’s none of this kind of false Episcopalian solemnity.

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