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Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 24 Aug 2017, 13:09
by CatInTheHat
ritah wrote:I'm single and haven't really focused on receiving love from someone else. I love myself and I think that's enough, and the best part about that is... I don't need to ask for permission to chase a dream(career) and that I also won't wake up one morning and leave myself to chase "bigger" opportunities. I think I can trust myself with that. :)
I don't think you can really love someone else unless you love yourself first. Especially in the sense of long-term love commitments, such as marriage.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 24 Aug 2017, 19:09
by readandsmile
I agree with you CatInTheHat. Being alone forever is missing the opportunities of being happy by having someone in your life. But, there are also people that are gifted with celebacy.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 24 Aug 2017, 21:50
by Onyinyechukwu
There are many criteria that come to mind, I will like to see and be my self. Love transcends self, so I suppose selfless love May trip me up, but another quite irresistible is returned love. I won't say, the lover decides that. God loved me when I wasn't worthy of His love and human love must have elements of God's love to be complete. After all, we love people who we know are not perfect.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 25 Aug 2017, 03:48
by EDDY OKOTH
yea i would be glad if she is my lover worthy

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 26 Aug 2017, 15:03
by CataclysmicKnight
I don't know why I'm worthy of love LOL. I'm in bad shape, I'm far from rich and I don't like going out often at all. However, I'm extremely laid back, patient and hate drama. My fiancee is the same, so all of those qualities end up being positives instead of negatives to her. As to why she's worthy of love, I could go on forever. She's kind, she's tough, she stands up for herself and me and she's taught me to stand up for both of us as well (I used to be extremely passive). She's very giving and always thinks of me first with everything. She loves playing games with me and she's funny, and we like the same things. She's also the most honest person I've ever met, and she's a great cook!

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 26 Aug 2017, 15:31
by Jully
I am worthy of his love but he really doesn't deserve my love. He used to be a great partner until when he started mixing with bad company of friends, they have bad influence when they are with him and this makes me hate all of them hence it creates quarrels most of the time, he gives his friends first priority and I really feel bad because respect in a relationship is a two way traffic. Both of us have to be mutual for a healthy union.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 29 Aug 2017, 01:24
by Darakhshan Nazir
readandsmile wrote:My lover is worthy of my love. I understand who she is, there are flaws but when you love someone , you will totally accept the person. Love is all about care, understanding and respect.
well said . I agree. In love, flaws don't matter

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 29 Aug 2017, 13:29
by geoffrey ngoima
Nobody is ever really worthy of love. If it would be the opposite then people would have the permission to at will deny love and give it, doing it for selfish or whatever depraved reasons

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 29 Aug 2017, 17:12
by Darakhshan Nazir
El-kanah wrote:Yes they are, because they are the ones who stood by me in my times of trouble.
I agree. Your lover are the one who stand by you

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 30 Aug 2017, 08:29
by Donnavila Marie01
CataclysmicKnight wrote:I don't know why I'm worthy of love LOL. I'm in bad shape, I'm far from rich and I don't like going out often at all. However, I'm extremely laid back, patient and hate drama. My fiancee is the same, so all of those qualities end up being positives instead of negatives to her. As to why she's worthy of love, I could go on forever. She's kind, she's tough, she stands up for herself and me and she's taught me to stand up for both of us as well (I used to be extremely passive). She's very giving and always thinks of me first with everything. She loves playing games with me and she's funny, and we like the same things. She's also the most honest person I've ever met, and she's a great cook!
Wow! I admire how you turn your supposed weaknesses into strengths with your fiancee. And congratulations for having a lovely fiancee. She is fortunate for having you too.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 30 Aug 2017, 19:31
by Darakhshan Nazir
Lovers stand by each other time in hard times. That makes them worthy of each other

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 31 Aug 2017, 04:23
by jeminah28
Darakhshan Nazir wrote:Lovers stand by each other time in hard times. That makes them worthy of each other
I really agree! :lol: You will be comforted and vice versa as well as both of you draws some strength. :tiphat:

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 31 Aug 2017, 05:10
by Donnavila Marie01
All the answers are amazing. It is apparent that the worthiness of a lover is not about his or her perfection but it is more on how both parties understand and accept each other.

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 31 Aug 2017, 06:36
by Ljessup
I think that being the best you, you can be for the one you choose and others makes you worthy of love. I am going on 8 years married, and to this day I have never believed I am worthy of my husbands love because I love him. I think that positive energy sent into the world makes one worthy. Respect, honesty, and empathy are vital traits I would list of someone worthy of love. I have different views on most things, so please no one think I am downright disagreeing with any point made. My husband is absolutely my best friend, but before him the title belonged to a acquaintance from high school. We did horrible things to each other for reasons I cannot even remember, so when I sit and think I'm worthy or he is worthy because we are best friends, I remember all the moments with said acquaintance. I know people see it as a different kind of love, but shouldn't all love we give out be going to someone we deem worthy? Does that mean when their "worth" is used up we take it away? Does that make us unworthy to give love then if we can so easily decide to snatch it back? My husband is worthy of love because he is a person. I am worthy of love because I am a person. All too often I see people decide people that are not like them are not worth anything, and that is a sad thing to me because regardless, they are a person. That branches into people though and good vs bad, and who defines what a good person is and what a bad person is. Which circles back to what a worthy person looks like? I question everything, I apologize. I agree with everyone above, in a sense, but for me it is quite a complicated question! Nice post!

Re: Are your lover worthy of your love?

Posted: 31 Aug 2017, 06:48
by King Fisher
Donnavila Marie01 wrote:All the answers are amazing. It is apparent that the worthiness of a lover is not about his or her perfection but it is more on how both parties understand and accept each other.
I totally agree with you, it all boils down to understanding of each other.

-- 31 Aug 2017, 06:50 --
Donnavila Marie01 wrote:All the answers are amazing. It is apparent that the worthiness of a lover is not about his or her perfection but it is more on how both parties understand and accept each other.
I totally agree with you, it all boils down to understanding of each other.

-- 31 Aug 2017, 06:51 --
Donnavila Marie01 wrote:All the answers are amazing. It is apparent that the worthiness of a lover is not about his or her perfection but it is more on how both parties understand and accept each other.
I totally agree with you, it all boils down to understanding of each other.