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To show the mixed emotion of simultaneously Loving and Fearing somebody, of which for example all god believers are well-acquainted.
John could not at first find a word to describe the expression he was witnessing on the faces of the church congregation as they listened to their pastor's words but then it dawned on him - they were learing - reflecting the dichotomy of a god that must be both loved and feared. Later that day he added his new word "to lear" to his diary describing it as the sometime necessary conflation of the emotions of love and fear.
by Epigenie1 February 23, 2014
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