There are many types of love, but all coming from one place: the heart. As you grow older, it is easier to isolate the feelings that are important to you. When you are young, your life is often so busy that often you forget how important it is to nourish the feelings you have for home, parents, spouses, and the other things that are valuable.
As you age, it becomes important to selectively spend your time with the things that you find most rewarding and of importance to you. These are the times that you feel that strong emotion that we call love. God is always with me helping me to choose the things that have long lasting substance: my only child when she does something special for me; my granddaugter when she realizes that my love for her is unconditional; my mastiff dog when she lays her huge head on my lap and licks my hand; my Bible when I read a verse that belies what I am feeling; my home and its warmth; my town and its familiarity...all of these aspects of my life represent that special place in my heart that I hold for love.