Love is...



Many humans have attempted to define this and have

Many of we humans today do not understand or even know what Love is.


I will attempt to describe it in this writing.


No one asks to be born, we all teach each other and we all die.

How do you know if you are loved?

Love is patient, Love is kind. It does not envy. It does not boast. It is not proud.


Love suffereth long, it is kind, envieth not, seeks not her own, is not easily provoked, and thinks no evil.

Love rejoices not in wrongs, but rejoices in truth.



Where there are prophecies, they shall fail.

Where there are tongues, they shall cease.

Knowledge will vanish away.

(Excerpt  1 Corinthians 13)

The Corinthians were given this because they (as a whole), were not doing this in the history or this writing from the Holy Bible.




Love does not seek the hurt of others.


Love does not seek to neglect others.


Love or charity is an utter enemy to selfishness.



We are said to love our neighbor as ourselves.

I think here the writer was speaking about the ones who you live next to or the ones closest to you in a physical proximity.


We have a Mother's love, a Father's love, a sibling's love, family love, our husband or wife's love, and friendship love.


Love is a call to diligence, watchfulness, and prayer.


A Mother risks her life to get you here-and I call that love and I have had a Mother's love and given a Mother's love.


Love does not want us to harm ourselves or our blood relatives.


I have known my husband's love and given him love too.

(And I cannot describe this) (It is too sacred).


Have you known true love and can it be placed into words?

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