What I Know About Love

— True love has an amazing capacity to expand and include.

— It hurts to love someone and not be loved in return, but it hurts more to love someone and never find the courage to tell that person how you feel.

— Love is not a temporary feeling of passion or romance. It is a long-term relationship of care and support.

— Giving someone all your love is never an assurance that they will love you back. Hope it grows in their heart and if it doesn’t, be content it grew in yours.

— There are things you will never hear from the person you most want, but don’t be so deaf you don’t hear it from the one who speaks from the heart.

— Love comes to those who still hope although they’ve been disappointed; to those who still believe although they’ve been betrayed; to those who still love although they’ve been hurt.

                                                                                                                                                    — Love wants the best, hopes the best, gives the best to the other. Self is the conduit, not the priority.

— The truth of love is to let those we love be themselves. Otherwise, we only love the reflection of ourselves in them.



— Love teaches us all to cherish every moment of life and to make the most of the moments  we are given.

— Love begins with a smile, blossoms with a hug and grows with a kiss.

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