Book Reflection: Love, by Leo Buscaglia

Book Reflection: Love, by Leo Buscaglia

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Behold what you love and find dear. Be blind of eye and deaf of ear, so that when you’ve taken firm grasp of what you love, not even blades of steal cutting through flesh, would have you release what you hold out of love. The bones would still possess the prize without having crushed what lies inside. poem by F. V. Bell  In reading the book Love by Leo Buscaglia, each time I scan through its pages, I immediately want to read the entire book again. I will write on Chapter 5, “Love has Many Deterrents,” because this is a natural, lifelong challenge that humans must confront: to love or not. Love is a verb; an action word, if you will. Buscaglia mentions common insecurities brought on by past hurts…
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