True love is giving someone more mercy and grace than they deserve.
True love is focusing on the good of someone even after they betrayed you.
True love is sacrificing yourself, even if you are not feeling well, to serve and to be with those you love.
True love is valuing someone so much that you want the best for them even if their future is not to be with you forever.
True love is helping those in need without expectation of return.
True love is valuing those who may not seem attractive to you.
True love is telling someone difficult truths, not so they feel bad about themselves or fall into despair, but so they can see the light and become a better person.
True love is about encouraging others who need to see the difference they have made in yours and others’ lives when they feel like they have nothing to show for their effort.
True love is about giving hope and joy to those who you think are least deserving.
True love is about sacrificing your time and money to help those who need your love and support now.
True love is about laying down your life, so that others may live.
True love is about sacrificing your desires, so that others may have a chance to blossom and rejoice.
True love is about letting the car, whose driver is in a hurried panic, cut in front of you, during construction.
True love is about forgiving someone who had hurt you deeply, and then investing deeply in them.
True love is about caring about the safety of others by warning them if they are about to fall into danger.
True love is about persevering through a tough situation, consistently, so that others may be spared of the pain you are going through.
True love is about giving your all to those you love, so their lives may be bettered and so they can start a chain reaction of positivity.