Love has many components and every
component contributes to the whole. It is not that love should be subdivided into tiny morsels but is more that love goes well beyond simply being around someone else. It involves respect, consideration, going out of your way to do something that is not normally called for or expected, it is those times when you take the other’s hand as you walk to the grocery store, or that little hug as you greet new friends.
It also involves the willingness to compromise, to give in when you really know that it doesn’t really matter in the long run, or that you arrange for a special dinner or that you provide the warmth and understanding that is needed at times of frustration, sorrow or pain.
Sharing and Caring
It is the sharing of all things that indicate that love is about a partnership where no one is better than the other, or more respected than the other. It means that you demonstrate caring not just for the eyes of others when they look but that caring is the way you are just because you care all the time. This expression of love does not wait for love to be offered in like kind nor does it need a particular incident or circumstance to come bursting forth.
Expressing Love Not Just For Valentine’s Day
The expression of love to another is not reserved for a single day or for a special event or occasion like an anniversary for a birthday. The celebration of love is more about how you live each day with the one you love and care for.
I urge everyone on this day to show love to at least everyone around you today and not only today but for the rest of the days in this year..
The queen Ijeoma Okafor Foundation which is set to be launched very soon this year will restore hope and strength to internally displaced, and impoverished children and women”.more also the youths will also be empowered knowing well that they are the leaders of tomorrow…
Our core vision is a world without poverty and hunger. Also, a nation where all displayed children youths and women will be entitled to live and not survive.