To love someone else, one has to have a love affair with the self first, one has to be selfish for a time before one can love another properly. After all, it is unfair to place all of our hopes, dreams, and expectation on a single flawed creature and become enraged when they fail to meet the impossible standards. If this type of love was a mountain than every potential partner would have climb it unprepared and yet anticipate all the hazards ahead in order to reach our satisfaction. Perhaps, we fail in love because we don’t fully understand the complexities of this raging emotion. We take it for granted the gifts that love gives to us, expecting that she will always have more to give.
What is Love? Is it a verb, a noun, the truth, an ideal, etc.? Love is difficult to define. This maybe because every individual have a different way of loving. We try to define love by ranking it, by what we have experienced, or by what we are actively experiencing.
No one is perfect in this world, so their is no point to envy the unattractive, fat, or dumb people. Love at this moment begins to become forever unattainable. These type of people change the meaning of love from loving one another into an evil gesture to other people. The love they ceased to ever obtain turns into hatred for the people they have met, meet, and will meet. Most of the time when people think of love they picture warm affectionate acts toward other people.
Furthermore, God is concerned about all that He has created. In fact, God is so concerned about His creation that He feeds, clothes and shelters them all. "God does not need us or the rest of creation for anything, yet we and the rest of creation can glorify him and bring him joy" (p. 161). God does not owe mankind anything, but mankind owes everything to God, including her life. Particular sections in the reading shares an interesting topic of God giving Himself glory.
I cannot help but to think back to the verse in the Bible, 1 John 3:18 which says, “Dear children, let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions.” I also love the quote, “If love were just an emotion, then God couldn’t command it. But love is something you do. It can produce emotion, but love is an action” (Warren). Emotions come after the action has been done. Love is the passionate affection for someone.
Even though you are tired, I will change for us and our children let’s not look for who’s at fault let’s look for the solutions so it will not repeat itself in the nearest future. These challenges should not break us but make us stronger. Love brought us together, and love should bind us even the bible says in the book of 1Corinthians 13verse 4 the apostle paul says ‘’love suffereth long and is kind; love envieth not; love avengeth not itself ,it is not puffed up.love doth not behave unseemly,seeketh not his own , is not easily provoked, thinketh no
“In this, the love of God was manifested toward us, that God sent His only begotten son into this world, that we might live through Him. This love, loved us even though we were unworthy and unappreciative by sending His son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins” (1st John 4:10). “The great problem with the fall is that we lose not only our vision of God’s (love) but also our relationship with God (love).” This love is an undeserved, unearned, unworked for love that we will never be able to fully comprehend or repay. Our debt compensated by Him who truly loves us! Throughout time, Real Love has revealed himself to all who have been before and who have come after the Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph and Israel’s sons.