“He who loves is patient, can wait, his heart is wide open to others. He is helpful, full of goodness and kindness, he seeks to be constructive to others.
True love is not possessive, it is not selfish, it is free from envy, it does not know jealousy.
When you love, you do not value yourself, you do not act presumptuously. Whoever acts with pride is not inspired by love.
Love is also honest and tactful. Love is polite and avoid to hurt or offend others, it is not disdainful.
Love does not act lightly or commits indecent acts.
Love does not seek its own interest or insists on its rights.
Love is not irritable, it is not susceptible.
When we love, we do not meditate evil against others and we do not suspect it into them. If wronged, we do not keep grudges. Love does not remember wrongs done against it.
Love is never happy when others do wrong, but it is always happy with the truth. Love never gives up on people.
It never stops trusting, never loses hope, and never quits. Love suffers, endures and forgives others.
Love will not end … “
The Bible, New Testament, The First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians, chapter 13, verses 4-8