“Love is not a maybe thing.” This statement becomes more and more significant as the years go on. To love someone is to make a very important decision. Saying “I love you” is a tremendous statement. Love is not child’s play.

Al Laws, Aisha Laws, and Gregg Harris dig further and share their insight on how to stay in love. Being in love is the giving of your entire self – no ifs, ands, or buts. Love not only has to do with the feelings you have toward another person, but your level of maturity to go beyond yourself and your needs, your own happiness to ensure the health and happiness of another. Unless you are ready to serve another person before yourself, you are not ready to love.

Love is a powerful thing. It’s no wonder that some people can be scared of it. Never be afraid to love. Never be afraid to give another the best of you. At the end of the day, that really is all expressing love really is. See a person for who they truly are without projecting your own thoughts and feelings of who you want them to be. Once you do this, your role in the relationship will become that much clearer.

Mr. Laws shares a controversial truth about relationship: The man is the pursuer of love. It is the husband’s responsibility to look within his wife’s heart and draw out her needs. If a man goes into a relationship wanting to be served rather than being ready to serve, he has already missed the entire point of love. Men have been programmed to not be vulnerable and give that part of themselves, but as a man, that is what will take your relationship to another level. Enter into a relationship with the mentality to s
erve and you have one of the strongest foundations.

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