Everything and everybody needs love in this society. Love, if you notice makes you do insane things. It's something about love that has a close connection to whom and what we are... We identify with love in such a compassionate and kind manner to the point it feels like second nature to us. We do not like to see or hear of something or someone feeling incomplete or lacking. We always have the desire to want to extend kindness and compassion to others in hopes that we may assistant them in feeling a sense of peace. God defines Love as patient, kind, compassionate, not envious, not jealous, not slanderous, not judgmental, not boastful, not rude, not proud, not self-seeking, love is not easily angered, love keeps no record of wrong, love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth, love is always protecting, always trusting, always hopeful, always perseveres (e.g. endure) and Love never fails. Society's dictation of love to us is not even remotely as close as Gods' dictation of love. Society defines love so entirely different. Love is defined by society as affection, adoration, friendship, tenderness, feeling, fondness, devotion, passion, ardor and amity. Love is Gods character and so is truth. This is a genuine way of confirming God's existence by the character of God because we as humans possess Gods character and despise lie. When we are committed to our partners in our relationships, do we extend these value to our significant others? Do we possess these beliefs in our relationships? Is our love for that individual in relation to what God defines as Love or how society defines Love? If we can love ourselves and love others as well as society and what's in it, in this way, the way that God defines love, peace on earth is sincerely possible. God's meaning for love assist us with all the obstacles that society has us believe is a natural part of relationship occurrences. Do people fall in and out of love? God, said one man with one woman. We all have a chosen life partner and some of us choose not to have a partner at all. It's all about sensing a spiritual connection rather than solely a physical connection. And the way to find a spiritual connection with our life partner is to first connect completely and utterly with ourselves spiritually and intuitively. This statement has been said over and over and over again but it is a factual statement. We first must love ourselves, appreciate all that we are, the good as well as the bad, accept all things about ourselves and identify with what our truth is about ourselves, not someone else's truth. We look in the mirror everyday some of us. Do you like what you see? Not only should we agree with our physical appearance. We must take a much needed look at the characteristics of how we are, who we are, what our perspective is on anything and everything, what we stand for or against and be perfectly honest about it all. Once we truthfully enjoy looking in the mirror with reverence toward ourselves and not loathing what we see, someone then begins to see what we see and faithfully believe what we believe about ourselves. Begin to trust your own opinion about you and about your believes of you. It's been said before and I'm going to say it again because it sounded good then and it sounds good now. LOVE YOURSELF FIRST AND YOU CAN BEGAN TO ACCEPT THE LOVE THAT IS GIVEN TO YOU AND YOU CAN THEN BEGAN TO GIVE TRUE LOVE. This is how we start to love ourselves, your partners and others with this new found understanding of God's definition of love not Society's.
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