About a term "a love". In Russian there are 1 word for "a love =любовь", but in Greek there are a lot of terms with meaning "a love": (αγαπάω,λατρεύω..) ("Agapao", "Latreia", "Phileo", "Eros"). I did think the basic for the term a love is (αγαπάω)("Agapao"). What are differences between the Greek terms of love: ("Agapao", "Latreia", "Phileo", "Eros")?. I did know about a phrase "Of course I love my mother" it is: "Φυσικά και αγαπάω τη μητέρα μου." in Greek language. But how to say the phrase in Greek: "I love the God. I love to be in a Russian Orthodox church. I love my homeland. I love a wife. I love a sex with a wife. I love an art. I love Moscow. I love Russia. I love Greece and I love an art of the Ancient Greece.And I love a culture of the medieval Byzantine Empire" ??