Hi everyone. I hope you’re having an exceptional Monday. I am honored to have been nominated for this award by Rising Star “Inspiration and Motivation is the Key to Success“. Rising Star writes about confidence building through motivation and success. His posts are truly amazing. If you haven’t checked out his work, take a moment to visit his blog and get lost in his motivational posts. Again, I am honored to have been nominated for this Award. Thank you!
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- Thank your fellow blogger who nominated you.
- Share your Definition of LOVE and How You Live Out LOVE.
- Nominate your fellow bloggers who live out love and inspiration on WordPress Blog. (Love knows no limits, so nominate as many fellow bloggers you’d like to shine your light on.
My definition of LOVE:
I believe that in its purest form love is unconditional with the power to heal. My husband loved me with unconditional love and I him. He always had my best interests in mind and would do anything in his power to help me be happy. I could always count on him to provide cheer when I was down, support me when I needed lifting up, and be a constant source of laughter.
In my humble opinion, the best definition of love is in 1 Corinthians 13: 4-7 (NIV) “Love is patient, love is kind, it does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, 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.”
How I live out LOVE:
The love I feel for my grandchildren is just indescribable. My mom used to say that if she would have known how much fun it was going to be having grandchildren she would have skipped having children. I agree. My grandchildren are the lights of my life. I love my children and bonus children with everything in me and would literally consider killing anyone who hurts them. I think that’s love. It could be sheer craziness, but I have been known to do some crazy things once or twice.
I try to uplift people whenever possible, even when I feel down. There is really no point to being negative. I have a few close friends who I can vent to if I am feeling particularly upset and ready to tear someone’s head off, but they know that mood will pass quickly. Otherwise, I try to live in the positive, choose to be happy, be grateful for the love that I have been blessed with throughout my life, and never, ever, give up.
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because all of these bloggers (and more) have shown love to me by commenting, liking, and supporting me on my journey.