Love or Infatuation?

Love or Infatuation?

My question for today is about the word love. I am just wondering how people can throw it around and use it so loosely. I have seen so many people, both women and men alike, get hurt behind people loosely using the word. Just because you are in a relationship does not mean that you are in love. You could just be infatuated with them. Think of it this way, when you are truly in love, you can see yourself being with that person through thick and thin. For example, if that person was in a terrible accident where he or she becomes disfigured, disabled, or both. Can you really see yourself staying around to help that person knowing that they were going through such physical turmoil? Are you prepared to go through all the emotional turmoil that will affect not only them, but you also? Before you answer those questions, truly think about what you would do. If you answered yes to both then chances are you are in love, if you see yourself pulling up and leaving chance are you are just infatuated. Reality is true love comes from way deeper than physical attraction and what he or she can do for you. When you use love loosely not only do you disrespect your mate, but you disrespect God. Remember God is love, so make sure you know what you’re saying before you say it. Take the word LOVE seriously and don’t say it unless you are prepared to back it up with your actions.

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