It’s funny what young people call love. When people can’t get their eyes off your body, you call it love.
When people can’t stop praising your body, you call it love.
When people can’t stop holding you, you call it love
When people can’t stop kissing you, you call it love
When people can’t stop having sex with you, you call it love.
But when people want to leave your life because you no longer look sexy, what do you call it?
When people threaten to leave you because you can’t give them sex, what do you call it?
When people go out to do with others, the same things they do with you, what do you call it?
Sometimes people say, the way he looks at me shows he loves me, which is a lie. This is why some people are stuck in hurt they call ‘love’.
Love comes from the heart and can only be measured with the heart, not with the eyes.
Love is not just appearance but character. Love is not in the eyes but has more to do with the soul.
Love by the eyes is called lust whilst true love can be described as love for the soul.
“Don’t be tempted by their beauty; don’t be trapped by their flirting eyes” – Proverbs 6:25 (GNT).
Going beneath the surface, getting to know the soul behind the beautiful or handsome look.
If we learn to fall in love with the soul rather than the body, we will value friendship more than relationship. Sex can’t replace love making;
We will learn to wait for what is right than rush for what is wrong. We must take time to know people rather than rush to remove pants; We will see marriage as a covenant than a contract.
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Source: Frank Adofoli