Saying “I Love You

Saying “I love you” to someone and that someone doesn’t say “I love you too”; is a hurtful, humiliating and embarrassing thing. Saying “I love you” means I like you a lot for now Hearing “I love you” is information as an avenue to easy street. Saying “I love you” doesn’t mean that your love for each other is the same depth, width or height. Saying “I love you” pushes people away

The words “I love you” is so easy to use in greed, manipulation or selfishness. Those words should be nurtured with compassion, mercy and understanding. It should be a stepping stone in a relationship or a green light to happy-everafter but the meaning of love has change; love can be brought, sold, exchange and turned on and off like a light switch. In most relationships love feels like a bird with strong wing and bricks tied around his feet.

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