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Your understanding is correct. While "daisuki" can be used to describe your fondness for someone or something, "aishiteru" is *usually* used in romantic love. But "aishiteru" can be sometimes used to describe your strongest passion for something. For example, if you are really passionate about playing baseball and would like to become a professional baseball player, you can say: ぼくはやきゅうをあいしている。だからプロやきゅうのせんしゅになりたい。
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