Love - this is the case, this is primarily what you do for a loved one. Feelings, experiences are your inner, and for another person it is important what comes to him: your warm intonations and strong words, your decisions and deeds, your concern for that or for someone you love. Caring is action, and love is primarily what you do for your loved one.
However, apart from the actions themselves, the attitude to this is always important: the joy of caring, the desire to take care. Care can be and with anguish, with a sense of martyrdom: "Now, I care, I have to, because who else will take care of ?!" "No, martyrdom is not love. Love when and if you care for joy, when you want to take care, when you are grateful to your loved one for the opportunity to take care of him.
A loving man does not just take care of his beloved, his actions should always have the right comment, a verbal shell, additional messages in the eyes and intonations of the man.
Love as a joyful concern, in particular, is when you see a loved one as if in a ray of light, in the ray of your warmth. And you watch and make sure that this ray of heat constantly over this person is present.
Like any other inner behavior, love as a joyful concern can become automatic, it is enough to do caring actions for those who are dear to us, many days and years, remembering to remind ourselves what a happiness it is to love! Automatism becomes warm intonation, soft hands, a habit of thinking about something else...
Reminder of the wisdom of love
Love is like a caring - it’s fine, but on one condition: it’s a wise and considerate care, and not blind and intrusive.
Mom: "Oh, you’re my bunny! My pens, sit down at the table, now we’ll eat porridge!» - Son: "Mom, I’m twenty years old, I do not want to eat!" I do not want to! "
Morality: it is recommended to include awareness and rethinking the situation at least once every ..... years.