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Hey everyone, this is going to be an odd question, but how do I sign "Share the love" in ASL?   I know share and love, but am not sure if there is a better way of expressing it.   Example:  I have a lot of possessions, and I want to give them away to those who may need them more than me and want to "share the love" as a general statement.    

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That's an English idiom. It might not make sense to a Deaf person. If you sign SHARE LOVE people might just think you're trying to say you're a slut. 

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