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Lately I have noticed more than ever
how often people use the words
“I Love You” more carelessly.
 
Simply sharing the words
in their minds makes them
feel good about themselves.
 
The words themselves should carry
more meaning in speaking them
than the reality of the real emotions
of the speaker.
 
When relating those words to another
it should also mean that “I am loyal to you.”
The words should relate that “I would never
say anything out of your presence about you,
that would be hurtful if said it to your face.”
 
Friendships should not be about gain
of one from another.
Friendships should be about
an “Honest” sharing of Love.
 
So on this day
of the few allotted to us
think carefully become using
the words “I Love You” to a friend.
The question here is
“Are you also worthy of Love?”  
 
  

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Courtesy of focusorlando.org Many so called "Friends in Life are really wolves in Sheep's Clothing."  Beware of those "I Love You's from Friends.

Courtesy of focusorlando.org
Many so called “Friends in Life are really wolves in Sheep’s Clothing.” Beware of those “I Love You’s” from Friends.

 
 
Lately I have noticed more than ever
how often people use the words
“I Love You” more carelessly.
 
Simply sharing the words
in their minds makes them
feel good about themselves.
 
The words themselves should carry
more meaning in speaking them
than the reality of the real emotions
of the speaker.
 
When relating those words to another
it should also mean that “I am loyal to you.”
The words should relate that “I would never
say anything out of your presence about you,
that would be hurtful if said it to your face.”
 
Friendships should not be about gain
of one from another.
Friendships should be about
an “Honest” sharing of Love.
 
So on this day
of the few allotted to us
think carefully become using
the words “I Love You” to a friend.
The question here is
“Are you also worthy of Love?”  
 
  

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