Saturday, February 19, 2011


All right, laugh at me: it's either feast or famine on this so-called blog.

Just had some thought occurring, in between loads of laundry. I'm putting it down lest I forget it myself: the thought might call for extension in days to come:

Love is not merely to be expressed, it is also to be acted upon. Acting is alway harder than expressing. When the stakes in acting become too high, many expressers (okay I made up that word) flee.


  1. Yes ma'am, that is absolutely correct. Love is very much a verb and really comes into play once the romance wears thin. The worn socks on the floor and dishes in the sink call us to serve those we 'love' - and that's what love is.

    Love = Service


  2. Yes, Jan. When service is motivated by love it's never servile. It is those who cry "Non Serviam!" who are miserable. I can say that because I have been one of them.


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