22 Photos That Demonstrate Just How Love Knows No Bounds…This Brought Me To Tears

A boy embraces his sister after rescuing her from rubble in Syria.

Window washers dress as super heroes to surprise patients in this children's hospital in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

A woman takes her mother into the ocean in Cape Town, South Africa.

Sgt. Brandon Morgan, right, has an emotional reunion with his partner Dalan Wells at the Marine base in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, after returning from 6 months in Afghanistan.

A woman says goodbye to her beloved dog.

A newlywed couple kisses amidst a monsoon in Manila.

Two Maoris greet one another by affectionately pressing their noses together.

A reunion between a woman and her dog after a flood in La Plata, Argentina.

A young John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes the coffin at his father's funeral.

An emotional student plays violin at the funeral of the teacher who taught him.

Gorete Borges Teodoro and her daughter, Renata Teodoro, hold hands at the border in Nogales, Arizona in 2013. Six years prior, her mother had been deported to Mexico.

After a temporary government allowed reunion, a South Korean man says farewell to his North Korean brother.

Soldier Chad Flemming meets his daughter for the very first time after returning from deployment.

A couple embraces on their wedding night in North Carolina.

A gay couple kisses in a photobooth in 1953.

Father and son hold hands at different times in their lives.

This mother and her 3 year old daughter were attacked by their husband/father but that doesn't keep them from lovingly embraces.

Vivian Boyack, 91, left, and Alice "Nonie" Dubes, 90 are legally married in Iowa after 72 years together.

A couple that has been together for 72 years plays piano together.

This albino baby and his cousin sleep peacefully in Kinshasa, Congo.

Phyllis Siegel, 76, left, and Connie Kopelov, 84, embrace in 2011 after becoming the first same-sex couple to get married at the Manhattan City Clerk's office.

Christians band together to protect Muslims as their pray in Cairo during a 2011 uprising.

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