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Item 1 is, I assume, the most common one that comes to mind whenever the topic of love is introduced.
Item 2 can be a confusing one for people who haven't differentiated between different types of "love." For example, the parent of a mass murderer may hate what their child is doing time in prison for, but can also still love them as their child. Many people have a hard time understanding this, but I suspect that the parent who visits their child in prison does understand.
The other items should be self-explanatory.
I don't agree that loving others requires loving oneself first since love is an emotion that doesn't have to be reciprocal (although reciprocity certainly makes it more meaningful).
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