The greatest is love

Practicing the love described below will deeply transform your life and relationships — from the inside out. We are wise to  evaluate often our way of showing love with this description of true love. 

Wisdomforlife

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The best definition for love is found in the New Testament.
Practicing the love described below will deeply transform your life and relationships — from the inside out. We are wise to  evaluate often our way of showing love with this description of true love. 

This love particularly stands out as anti-rivalry. It opposes resentful comparisons and prideful competition. It does not resort to envy, one-up-man-ship, gossip or vindictiveness. This is a love that protects and honors the one loved. 

Love…

  • is patient
  • is kind
  • does not envy
  • does not boast
  • is not proud
  • is not rude
  • is not self seeking (demanding its own way)
  • is not easily angered (irritable) 
  • it keeps no record of wrongs
  • is never glad about evil
  • rejoices in truth
  • never gives up (always protects)
  • never loses faith (always trusts)
  • is always hopeful (positive)
  • endures all circumstances        

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