Free to Love
Love is patient, love is kind. We are free to show how much we care through our words and by our actions.
Love does not envy, does not boast, and is not proud. Loving others means wanting the best not just for self but for everyone.
Love does not dishonor, it is not self-seeking. Loving acts (word or deed) show how much we care. In fact, loving others may even require personal sacrifice.
Love does not keeps records and is not easily angered. Love lets things go out of love for a person and relationship.
Love through grace.
Love does not delight in evil, and rejoices in truth. Loving others means being truthful and working through tough times together.
Love beyond just enough.
Love always protects, trusts, hopes, and perseveres. Love is how we start over and continue investing in friendships, our families, and as communities.
Love never fails.
Love is the best part of each of us that we can share with others time and again.
Visit our website www.RealLifeRelationships.org to learn more. There you will find self-guided course books that can be used, in conjunction with other therapeutic processes, or by an individual/couple, to work through issues in life and in relationships using an educational process. You can also find more information about the book Love Forever.