Love on the Brain, A Must
Let’s start with having love on the brain. As long as the tainted, unhealed emotional ego is stroked, we accept this lower standard of non-reciprocated affection. This must be what true love is about. Right?
I beg to differ.
Our society and the media has helped us subject to learned behavior and adopted meanings that have coined love into a mundane definition that attempts to distort its true beauty and essence.
But hear ye: God is love. And this, I will always proclaim.
This reminder is warranted for each tear shed for manipulation. For every time the truth is withheld to make a situation turn out in our favor. For every unleavened score, a person keeps as they deliberately take advantage of another soul’s kindness.
This reminder is to impart that Love is patient and kind, it does not envy, nor boast. It’s not proud, nor does it dishonor others as it is not self-seeking. Love is not easily angered, doesn't keep records of wrong. True love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trust, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. (1 Corinthians 13 flow)
As long as we allow these words to penetrate our mind, as well as in our hearts, we will start to see more unified communication unto God first, and then to ourselves to pour into others. There is a solution to healthier relationships, with purposeful (not perfect) meanings.
But it starts with having love on the brain, true love on the brain that will help cater to our decisions.
It's a must.