❤️ Love’s Love Lost Is No Love!

Love is absent
when you don’t delight to think of your loved one often.

Love is absent
when you scroll through chats and pictures on your mobile ignoring the real person near you.

Love is absent
when you fail to say sorry for the little wrongs you have caused.

Love is absent
when anger rises up within you for small faults of your loved one; which otherwise you will tolerate in others.

Love is absent
when you forget to listen and forget to give priority to the spoken and often unsaid needs of your loved one.

Love is absent
when you have not sacrificed your time or money for your loved one in the last few years.

Love is absent
when you find others more attractive than your loved one.
Love is absent
when you did not surprise your loved one with something he or she loved to have.

Love is absent
when you expose the faults and private conversations you have with your loved one before your friends or strangers.

Love is absent
when you want to dominate and manipulate your loved one to submit to your thoughts and ideas.

Love is absent
when all that you think about is how to get things done through your loved one.

Love is absent
when you are too busy with work that you don’t have time to talk with your loved one.

Love is absent
when words are not gentle and soft; but rude and angry.

Love is absent
when you bring up past failures to score a goal against your loved one!

Love is absent
when all that you think about is making more and more money.
Love is absent
when you cannot have a peaceful meal with your loved one.

Love is absent
when you believe without questioning; every rumour and gossip that others tell about your loved one.

Love is absent
when you have lost your first love for your loved one.

L❤️ve is present
when opposed to a sense of despair about present situations; you thank God for your loved one; for the gift that he or she is with all faults and shortcomings you can find in him or her!

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.”

— 1 Corinthians 13:4–8 Bible

Jesus Christ of Nazareth

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