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πŸ’˜ WHAT’S LOVE?

Love is a strong force of nature. No matter how hard you try you cannot take away love, sometimes you can’t choose who to love. You can stage a seduction or mount a courtship, but the result is more likely to be infatuation, or two illusions dancing together, than love.

Love is bigger than you are. You can invite love, but you cannot dictate how, when, and where love expresses itself. You can choose to surrender to love, or not, but in the end love strikes like lightening, unpredictable and irrefutable. Sometimes you might even find yourself loving people you don’t like at all. Love shouldn’t come with conditions, stipulations, addenda, or codes. Just as the sun, love radiates independently of your fears and desires.
Money cannot buy love as is not a tradeable commodity. It has no territory, no borders, no quantifiable mass or energy output.
One can buy sex partners and even marriage partners. Marriage is a matter for the law, for rules and courts and property rights. Marriages might be for contracts but not so with love and this clearly make us understand that marriage cannot define love.
Sexual stimulation and gratification can certainly be bought and sold, but love can’t. It comes or it doesn’t by its own will and in its own timing, subject to no human’s planning.
Love cannot be used as a reward. It cannot be used also as a punishment except the law of nature place it on you. Only something pretending to be love can be used as a lure, but the real deal can never be delivered if it doesn’t spring freely from the heart.
Love doesn’t allow destructive and abusive behaviors to go unchecked. Love speaks out for justice and protests when harm is being done. Love points out the consequences of hurting oneself or others. Love allows room for anger, grief, or pain to be expressed and released. But love does not threaten to withhold itself if it doesn’t get what it wants. Love does doesn’t give you conditions.
Love cares for the other’s welfare, Β it is kind, patience, humble, compassionate and empathic. This is the true nature of love and love itself can not be manipulated or restrained. Love honors the sovereignty of each person.


Genuine love demands sacrifice that can’t be found in self-centeredness. You can give without loving, but you can never love without giving. Sacrificial love requires that we give what we value most: our hearts, minds, souls, and strength. Real love does not always follow our natural inclinations; it is not an impulse from feelings.
Love can only be understood from the actions it prompts. When we bear with the failings and weaknesses of others, divine love reveals itself (Ephesians 4:2). At all costs, this love compels us to give so that we alleviate the suffering of others. Instead of seeking to fulfill our emotional and physical needs (receiving), we humbly give of ourselves (1 Peter 3:8–9).
God’s Nature of Love God created love, He deliberately chose to express His love to us — revealing the very nature of God Himself.
God’s major Characteristics of Love
God Is Sacrificial – God initiated an eternal love relationship with us before we loved Him (1 John 4:10).
God Is Merciful – God extended the wealth of His kindness even when we were undeserving of His love (Ephesians 2:4-5).
God Is Faithful – Even in the most extreme circumstances, God’s love for us remains secure (Romans 8:35, 38-39).
Behold the manner of Love the father has given unto us just that we might be called the sons of God and not perish by sending His begotten son Whose death majority are cerebrating the resurrection Today

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I am an adventurous entrepreneur who loves adding value. I love media and everything good about it. I am a Social Media Strategist, Counselor and a Peace Lover.

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