When you say I love you! What do you mean

When you nod your head and say ‘Yes, I love you’ what do you mean?

When you look straight to the eyes and say ‘I love you’ what do you mean?

When you smile and say ‘I love you’ what do you mean?

When you hold hands and say ‘I love you’ what do you mean?

What do you mean when you say I love you to your partner? –Considering relationship/marriage.

Don’t get love twisted…

There is more to love than just its word.

Love is more than a word. It is an action. Do it.

Taking a point from the Bible, God said it and did it. He said I love the world and then gave His Son as a sacrifice to save the world – John 3:16.

I do not mean you should die to prove you love someone. NO!

There are other ways love can be express. Taking into consideration that love is a verb not a noun.

So what’s love?

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not selfish, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres – 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.

Those are the virtues of love one should have and put into practice. Practice makes perfect.

Love is more than a say, it is more of doing the love thing.

Don’t forget love is the greatest of all.

When you love, you respect. When you love, you show kindness.

When you love, you don’t envy, you don’t boast and you don’t have pride.

When you love, you keep no record of wrongs.

When you love, you control anger and be emotionally intelligent. When you love, you shouldn’t be selfish.

When you love, you don’t involve in evil rather you rejoices with the truth.

When you love, you trust, you protect, you persevere and you have faith for better.

Love believes. Love pray for and doesn’t rage for.

Where there is love, there is trust, there is hope, there is everything good.

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