Choose Love

Emotional – Activity: Choose Love

This week, I will choose loving actions. Every evening I will review my actions during the day and ask myself: “Were my actions today based on love?”

Actions that convey love express: Actions that destroy love express:
Attention Neglect
Appreciation Criticism
Support Lack of support
Encouragement Discouragement
Honesty Dishonesty
Communication Lack of communication
Understanding Misunderstanding
Joy Unhappiness
Freedom Control & manipulation
Clear boundaries Unclear boundaries
Respect Disrespect
Trust Distrust & doubt
Commitment Disloyalty
Caring Hurtfulness
Kindness Unkindness
Thoughtfulness Unthoughtfulness
Fairness Unfairness
Patience Impatience
ALL must be present for love to grow If ANY are present love is damaged

Understand that you are loved.

To love ourselves, we need to fully realize that we are loved simply because we are alive. A higher power is one completely reliable source of unconditional love. When you love yourself, giving and receiving love becomes possible.

Understand the Different Kinds of Love


This is one of the weekly activities for a Year of Personal Development.

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3 comments on “Choose Love
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