With all my heart, I love. . .
By Kirsten Nour Namskau
What do we actually mean, when we say we love someone?
In the past they were thought that if you loved your child, you should punish him/her. With the result that parents punished their children either they had done something wrong or not. They got punished for what they had done and what they were “going to do” in the future.
Parents abuse their children sexually and say it is because they love them.
Husbands ill-treat and are abusive towards their wives with the words that it is because they love them. They say that their jealousy is a result of their love.
The love shows up in a way so I feel for saying: “ Please don’t love me, it hurts too much.”
I have thought my children that love is. . . .
To care for a person in a way so you want to protect the person from any harm.
To show tolerance ~ acceptance ~ patient ~ and support . . .
This will develop in the other person . . .
Gratefulness . . . helpfulness . . . support . . . . and . . .
Willingness to listen, obey, try . . . and . . .
To show you tolerance ~ acceptance ~ patient ~ and support
Which again will develop in you . . . . gratefulness, helpfulness, support and will . . . . .
Sexuality itself is not love . . . . It is the result of love
You love you spouse in a different way than you love your children
You love children in a different way than you love animals.
You love animals in a different way than you love the nature
You love the nature in a different way than you love God
If you don’t know the different ways of love . . . .Then love can be very dangerous.
If a man doesn’t know the differently love he should show between his wife and his child, then his love can kill the child.
If you believe that sex is the only way you can show your love, then I feel sorry for you.
But tell me . . . what is you definition of love?