What does friar laurence mean when he says therefore love moderately long love does so?

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This quote from Friar Lawrence means that if you love in moderation, your love will last a long time. He is warning Romeo not to be so obsessive in his love for Juliet as he was with Rosaline. The less obsessive his love is the better things will end
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It means that love should be
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Ha i had to read romeo and juliet too. 20: Friar Lawrence is saying love should grow over a long period of time, not as rushed and sudden as romeo and juliet's.
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In this scene, Friar Laurence is about to marry Romeo and Juliet. He and Romeo are talking when he says the lines you cite. He is telling Romeo that it is not a very good idea to
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