Love is about doing something for somebody, even if you don’t feel like doing it. Love has no conditions that need to be met before it can be given. This kind of love was given to us when Christ came and died for us. Let us follow His example and love as He does for us everyday.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, love is in the air (I know, cue the eye rolls). So, I thought I’d share some thoughts about how to appreciate your creative loved ones.
There’s a movie called Phenomenon with a very important message that I think everyone should know. It’s about love, winning the heart of the one you want, and keeping it.
In the movie, the object of the main character’s affection builds chairs. These things are built from twigs of varying sizes. No one buys them, except our hero. And he buys every single one she makes.
In simple terms, he wins her heart because he bought her chairs.
It is that simple.
She created something with her hands. Put her heart and soul into it.
And he bought them.
It didn’t matter if they were comfortable or aesthetically pleasing. They were hers.
People don’t realize how much appreciation…
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