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A Labor Of Love ( you do it because you love it ... )

"A Labor Of Love"

A labor of love is something that you do because you love to do it.

Example: "You don't mind taking care of that dog?" Reply: "It is a labor of love."

A labor of love is what you do for a person or for a cause that you love.

Example: "Taking care of this baby is a labor of love."

Example: "She spent most of her life working with the poor. It was a labor of love."

Your actions are guided by love when you are performing a labor of love.

Example: "Once a week I take my grandmother shopping. It is a labor of love."

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