How to love

We need to know how to love regardless of our own emotions, regardless of someone’s behavior’s, regardless of someone’s opinion, and regardless of their image. Love is a choice and we need to consciously know what choices to make when facing difficulties with others and ourselves. For me, it does not boil down to religion, it boils down to having a relationship with God. A relationship takes communication such as speaking AND listening. It also takes trust, courage, and seeking to understand. Getting to know God allows us to get to know unconditional love REGARDLESS of the circumstances we are in. And no, we will never be perfect, but we can know that God’s power lies within us and we are more than able to accomplish anything God wants us to accomplish.
God loves without expectations
God disciplines out of love, not anger.
His love is patient, kind, forgiving, understanding, selfless, honest, protects, trusting, hopeful, and it always perseveres.
It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud, it does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no records of wrongs, it does not delight in evil, but rejoices in truth.
We must CHOOSE to do what Love is.
Focus on you being this person, not wanting someone else to be this person for you.
And, we don’t all have to be with the same religion and hold the same belief’s to know that love is the best choice to make.

1st Corinthian chapter 13
1 John 4:7-11
Romans 8: 10-20
Proverbs 18:21
Matthew 6:33

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Author:

My name is Marysol and I am a single mother of a beautiful girl. I also have 3 nieces and I work with children who have autism. Children have been a part of my life since I was a child myself. Haven’t had a break from them. I absolutely love to write. It is both a passion and a pain. I love to think deeply even if it means I am staring at a white wall for an entire hour before I begin to write. My relationship with God is what makes my writings creative and powerful. I connect with God at a very deep level and tend to write what I believe He is teaching me through this connection. I’ve written one book which I have yet to send in for publishing (working on it). My grammar isn’t perfect, nor my life, or myself overall. But I am smart, I am creative, and above all, I fight to love the way Christ loves.

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