In everyone's lifetime, we "experience" love; well what we think is love. Love: a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. At least that's the definition Webster provides. So what's the difference between just "loving" and "falling in love"? There is no exact definition Judith Marie Hoffs could give for falling in love. Though there's no definition, she's reluctant to experience both. Who does she love? Who is supposed to love? Who will she start falling in love with?