when it prompts you to reach past your limitations and open your heart to one who seems ‘different’ . . .
when it enables you to be honestly accessible to even the most unlike-you brother or sister
when it empowers you to set aside your own understanding to listen to someone else
when it has taught you to freely and transparently share your life …
when you’ve learned to willingly say “I’m sorry, forgive me?”
When you’ve finally been able to quickly say “I forgive you” and mean it.
Love ‘re-visions’ when change is needed
Love accommodates differences, and the ups and downs of living together
Love does no harm
Love also holds itself accountable, and does not blame the other for its failure to Love . . .
Love Puts up with anything, Trusts God always, Always looks for the best, Never looks back, But keeps going to the end. Love never dies. (1 Corinthians 13:7-8.)
And if love does die, it was not Love, but darkness, deceiving . . .