Instead of celebrating Valentine’s Day every February 14, it would be great if we spread the culture that everyday is a Valentine’s Day.
I also think we need to continuously teach and model for others what love truly is. Our words and actions should represent what love is, such as caring for one another and asking for forgiveness. Active discussion in topics related to love, such as almsgiving, happiness and family bonding will help us to understand when and how we should apply love in our daily lives. Again, love does not have to be a relationship between a male and female, it could be between parents and children, between friends and coworkers. We should spread more love than hate. Our world will be so much healthy if we practice love.
Here’s my 6 definitions of what love is:
- Love is listening to each other without judging.
- Love is giving a surprise kiss on a cheek.
- Love is saying “I am sorry” genuinely.
- Love is multiple acts of kindness and thankfulness.
- Love is 0% jealously 100% support.
- Love is seeing and acknowledging one’s true heart first, not physical appearance.
Faith, hope, and love, and the greatest one is love.