Listen: L. Ellie, MO, Nick Stein discussed on Maya's Collection of Love Stories and More
"What would you do for love history <unk> full of these incredible stories filled with sacrifice and al-qassa made him in today's world world many of these stories with deathly frowned upon with the whole thing of hunting yourself for the ones you love therefore the question i am posing is what would you do do for love in today's world excluding stopping hurting yourself the other person or the persons that the finishes of how to show i love has greatly changed in mo- societies. This includes romantic love as well as the media love. One person has said that they would go hungry. We this is indeed a sacrifice that honors love since florida's a very necessary part of sustaining our health and overall wellbeing and would you stand out in the rain and the cold as one song says maybe to buy concert tickets to get that job that will last can joe oh family from the same vicious cycle poverty it has been a universal and accepted flood the most parents often for go many many of their needs to make sure they they feed their children that they give the better education etc etc. I knew a woman of modest means with a husband in who was in the military. She had twelve children in a time in plays. Were education was not free somehow through her own ingenuity. She managed not only to feed those children but to make sure that they all got an education today. Many of them are counted as accountants lawyer are ardent is a police sergeant a nurse and so much more and of course there are those stories of spouses who make time to take care of the l. ellie smiles until the very end to me. What would you do love means that you're in it for the long haul. You make sacrifices. You sometimes do it without your knowledge that you have thoughts but you don't give love. This is of course abusive relationships of any kind. Loving love is giving a kind. Sometimes it requires sacrifices. Sometimes it takes a turn. You didn't expect like when someone falls. Ill unexpectedly yeah of course what you do for love is not completely an obligation that society or any religion can impose on you it comes mostly from the heart in it is in it is felt haughtily by those that receive it remember that although life may bring you many storms what's love always wins to nick stein stay well."