“The best person that I have ever met in my life, was that one who brought out my best.”
Isn’t this what most people say?😂
Let us be honest for a minute. That “best” person…is as human as the “worse” person, which means they are flawed to the fullest. They will make you intense. You will intensely love, intensely care, intensley laugh, intensely converse…….they will make you angry, but love does not allow you to give up when the pressure is intense. UNCONDITIONAL love gets you through. To say that they will NEVER make you cry….is so unfair. If you are a sensitive person, the way they hung up the phone with you, could make you cry😁😧. They never PURPOSELY try to make you cry.
The difference between them and others whom do not inhabit your heart that strongly, is that they make you see how worthy you are of the very best in life. You begin to walk with your head up and shoulders back. They are that connecting puzzle piece that makes you see how valued you are. They make you constantly work on you every day, to be the best “you” and to be the best for them.
If they really have your heart, they cause you to want to seek God even more, to live better, and to know how to love even better. It will get to a point where, you love them so much, that you run out of what YOU as a human can give to them, because you’ve given so much to them….You will need the Lord to keep depositing more love for you to share .
Love brings you to a place in your life, where you are reminded of God’s forgiveness and love for you. It makes you think twice about hurting, and if you do, you are heavily convicted. Love is the reason why we keep persevering.
(1 Peter 4:8) “And above all things have fervent charity (love) among yourselves: For charity (love) shall cover the multitude of sins.”
(1 Pedro 4:8) “Y ante todo, tened entre vosotros ferviente amor; porque el amor cubrira multitud de pecados.”