He who enunciates love, has verbalized more than oneself can ever understand with the word, its concept, its essence. Even more, with love one has verbalized a greatness which can never nearly equate to what the recipient encompasses in his own love realm. He who says love, emanates a wider and deeper breath than the sound being heard. Not because the recipient carries or understands something lesser in the word than the one expressing it but rather because the listener can never receive the completeness of the word by its mere exclamation. It carries truth to say: “You will never know how much I love you” because love imparted is always greater than it is imagined.