A. Love does not dishonour others: Love does not seek to dishonour its object, not even inadvertently. It honours them. For example, in romantic relationship, love stays away from pre-marital sex. Love does not bring shame or disgrace to its object, it doesn't go about dragging the name of its object in the mud. Love … Continue reading Part 4: What love does not.
Love protects: Love protects beyond of course the shallow expressions that we have seen around like the 'bulging muscle type', but deeper and grander than that is the protection we are referring to here. Love protects intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, physically, financially etc. Love does not leave its object open to various forms of abuse, just … Continue reading Part 3: What love does.
A. Love is not proud. The definition of proud applicable here is this: having too high an opinion of oneself. In other words, Love doesn't think too highly of itself. Love for example doesn't go: "is it because the person of my calibre loves you?". No matter the estate of the people involved, love always … Continue reading Part 2: What Love is not.
Love is patient. Being patient can be defined as: content to wait if necessary; not losing one's temper while waiting; not bothered with having to wait; not unwilling to wait. Considering patience as a character of love, we find that in its very nature, Love is patient. Any departure from this seizes to be love. … Continue reading Part 1: What love is
The most popular definition or idea we hold as regards Love is usually "to feel tender affection for somebody such as a close relative or friend" (encarta 2009) or something like that. There are many views on the matter of love. In our generation, and in our times love has been one of the hottest … Continue reading The ‘Persona’ of Love