Love Quotes 117 to 150
"There is no greater gift you can give yourself than to love freely
and with your whole heart."
Carolyn Robinson, Love Poems Along the Way
"Every one of us can blame somebody for something that has happened
in our lives. But don't waste your time. What we need most
is a steady stream of love flowing among us.
Love that quickly forgives, willingly overlooks, and refuses to take offense."
"Love is unconditional: it is neither aroused nor diminished by the
other's value or qualities; it is a spontaneous gift that seeks nothing for the giver."
Simon May, Love: A History
So while we have it - it's best we love it
And care for it and fix it when it's broken
and take good care of it when it's sick.
Author Unknown, Keep Them Close
Short Love Poems
"We must never let a world vision blind us from seeing the people
working right alongside us who need attention, care, love, affection
K. P. Yohannan, A Life of Balance
Words of Encouragement
"It is one of the things that make marriage, the ability to share the good
and the bad with a person that you love."
Anna Parker, Marriage Help
"Giving is not just in money either. We can give unconditional love;
we can give mercy, our prayers, our talents and services."
Jason Ponzio, Devotional Thoughts
You can never be too old or too young to be attracted to someone.
I still remember my first crush back in grade school."
"When we love something it is of value to us, and
when something is of value to us we spend time with it,
time enjoying it and time taking care of it."
M. Scott Peck, The Road Less Traveled
"There is a love that many do not perceive and some people just,
cannot really believe. This love I talk of can be very impolite
yes it's that very special, love at first sight."
Robert Worrall, Love Poems from Deep Within the Soul
"Love is such a simple, beautiful word. If only being in love were
that easy! Instead, it is a complicated, ever-changing jumble of
feelings and emotions."
Jennifer Fox, Pocket Posh 100 Classic Love Poems
"The profound universal experience of love is impossible to define;
it can be known only by its manifestations, both secular and divine."
Suheil Bushrui, The World's Favorite Love Poems
"We've found that love, like a sharp sword, had to be forged through
the furnace and survive the cooling periods so as not to become brittle
and break like so many other marriages have. It's through those up
and down experiences that love is made perfect.
Glenn S. Adams, Love Scenarios
Learn to love without any conditions, help without any expectations
and to live without any regrets."
Anurag Prakash Ray
"Spontaneous and honest love admits errors, errors, hesitations,
and human failings; it can be tested and repaired."
Nancy Friday, My Mother/My Self
"Love is a special gift that you can give over and over again and
is completely within your power. How you treat people, how you react
when you are upset, how you listen, how you share, these are all
ways we can demonstrate love for others."
Catherine Pulsifer, Birthday Wishes For A Best Friend
"The generous giver is someone whose heart generates love.
It is not a sentimental or romantic love, but a love built on compassion
and care, a love that is drawn to the broken and fragmented creatures
and conditions of our world."
Gordon MacDonald, Generosity
"Generosity is like love in this way. People often say that we increase
the love we have by giving it away."
Christian Smith, The Paradox of Generosity
"To love means loving the unlovable. To forgive means pardoning
the unpardonable. Faith means believing the unbelievable.
Hope means hoping when everything seems hopeless."
G. K. Chesterton
"God's plan to create man stands as one of the greatest love
stories that has ever been told. God, the eternal Father, desired
to make beings He would share His glory and uniqueness with."
Murl Gwynn, Easter
"Mercy, in particular, is an act of love that, in a sense, is not deserved
by another. It's a free gift that is given purely from the motivation of love."
John Paul Thomas, Lent and Easter Reflections
Best Motivational Quotes
"This kind of compulsive concern with 'I, me, and mine' isn''t the same
as loving ourselves . . . Loving ourselves points us to capacities of resilience,
compassion, and understanding within that are simply part of being alive."
Sharon Salzberg, The Force of Kindness
"Another even more amazing mystery is that when we pray for
someone else, we change. All of us were made both to give love
and to receive love."
Robin Jones Gunn, Praying for Your Future Husband
"Love, after all, is part work, part play and all about sustaining
your commitment to each other over the many years ahead of you."
Sarah Riedel, Marriage
And when the home is filled with love you'll always find God spoken of.
Helen Steiner Rice
"Every person who is deeply devoted to some other person or group
can be described as living her purpose through love."
Michal Stawicki, Simplify Your Pursuit of Success
If we don't fight together against the attacks on the family unit,
we're going to keep experiencing the same cycle of painful results.
Instead of dysfunction passing through generations - why not health,
honor, and love?
Gary Smalley, Let's Do Family Together
It is true that you are called to love your husband in tangible,
visible ways, but only as an overflow of how you're loved by Christ.
It is the only way you can better love your husband. Christ's love always
starts in you and flows outward through you.
Selena Frederick; Ryan Frederick, Wife in Pursuit
There is nothing wrong with grief. It's a natural extension of love.
It's a healthy and sane response to loss. That grief feels bad
doesn't make it bad; that you feel crazy doesn't mean you are crazy.
Megan Devine, It's OK That You're Not OK
When a relationship is mutually fulfilling, it's a loving relationship,
not just in feelings, but also in actions and intentions.
Natalie Lue, Love, Care, Trust and Respect
True unconditional love will never spoil a child because it is impossible
for parents to give too much of it.
Gary D. Chapman, The 5 Love Languages of Children
Each act of love is like a crumb of bread for the birds of winter.
The offering is cheap to give and invaluable to receive.
Greg Henry Quinn
If you don't love yourself, you cannot love others.
You will be able to love your inner self more if you know that you
have a clear conscience, just as it will be difficult to love yourself if you
are not proud or even ashamed of things you've done.
Ella Marie, Positive Thinking