Did your Dad ever tell you that he loved you? Read the rest of this entry »
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Dads do best when they love their children with wisdom and care.
Funny how, the more you love, the lovelier you become.
Since when did you have to be fabulously good looking to be lucky in love? You might not agree but an awful lot of people own that belief: hook, line, and sinker. Read the rest of this entry »
Love without qualities? Is there really such a thing?
You want love. And, whether we know it or not, we need its qualities. Because how we experience affection, acknowledgment, loyalty, and kindness matter more than most people care to admit. Read the rest of this entry »
Love is hard to quantify.
You need a lot of love. But how we measure it seems pretty odd. Read the rest of this entry »
A simple formula for deeper relationships: love the people you are with.
You grew up learning about love from your parents. At least, that’s the theory. But that’s not always possible. Sometimes someone else steps into your life, revealing more of a love that you can cling to. Read the rest of this entry »
What love really does.
Love is a complicated business, isn’t it? One moment you are smitten and committed. Next, you want to run a mile and get out. But there is so much more to love than that. Read the rest of this entry »
Love is practical too!
Talking about love is one thing, but parents not loving their kids? Well, that could be a touchy topic. Read the rest of this entry »
How come some professionals find love such an awkward concept?
How come professionals find love such an awkward concept? A lot of scientists, for example, prefer to classify love as a matter of biology. The idea love is anything other than a matter of genes and procreation gets a seriously dim view. But why? Read the rest of this entry »
Bring your own love. People need it.
You wouldn’t expect to find love in a Holocaust Museum, would you? But when Ruth and I went to the one in Sydney today, love spoke too. Read the rest of this entry »