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Does 'Love before be loved.' make sense?

I took a lesson on Verbling.com the subject is Love quote. Although I made a sentence 'Love before be loved.', the lesson already finished. So, please tell, does my sentence make sense? If not so, please add some words on it in order to understand.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    No, it doesn't make sense. I suppose the best way to fix it would be to write it as, "Love before you are loved."

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    A common idiom that catches the essence of what you're saying is, "You have to love in order to be loved."

    Love before being loved.

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