Love is…

Love is...

Love is the message that we give when without words we demonstrate open hearts & open arms.

Love reminds us that we can be patient with others when they disappoint us. Someone has demonstrated patience towards us, as we too can cause disappointment.

Love encourages us to give the benefit of the doubt, despite appearances.

Love does not speak condemning words to those who have fallen and perhaps lost their way. We too have had times when we’ve fallen and lost our way.

Divine love expressed through our humanity is perfectly expressed for humanity!

Love does not condone unhealthy practices, those who have accepted her healing virtues know that love alone sends the message of redemption!

“By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” ~John 13:35 (NIV)

How do you define love?

I’d love to hear your thoughts & your wisdom.

Live wise, live well & remember that you are loved, you’ve always been loved and you will always be loved! ~Storm

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4 thoughts on “Love is…”

  1. I always tend to remember the words of Paul…bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. To me the word love defines my life. It is an action I do daily. It takes commitment and it is hard and painful at times. As a mother of three, one being a disabled daughter, love takes on a new meaning. A new purpose. Thank you as always Stormie for your words and your wisdom. m.

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    1. Mari, I’ve chosen to nominate you in The Field of Flowers Award – I truly appreciate the gift & offering that you share. Have fun! Below are the rules:

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      ▪Thank the blogger who nominated you
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