Five Language of Love Love Love

Last April 20, 2012, we had heard most of the important points of communicating to some one we love. We invited Elder and Sister Miller as our guest speaker. I love their message. It is something that we really need.

Sister shared about the 5 Language of Love. I've realized that the more your learn these things the more you can better choose to love.

5 Language of Love

Words of Affirmation
Quality Time
Receiving Gifts
Acts of Service
Physical Touch
Some of my notes were:
What matters most in receiving gifts is the thoughtfulness behind the gift.
We can give service to some one we love by saying "Let me do that for you".
Ask permission to husband when you feel you need to criticize.
Anger is always the second the motion. What causes our anger? Are we frustrated, jealous, irritated, and so on?
We should not criticize our husband. 
We should not transfer the fault to other person. We should be responsible to our own actions and we should easy to apologize.

My hubby and I had enjoyed answering each others favorites. I've realized I already know a lot about him and he also to mine.
Sis. Letty with her hubby, Bro. Tads, also had a wonderful moment. :-)

Sis. Baruc and her hubby having their special moments. :-)
Sis. Liza and her hubby enjoyed simple discoveries with each other. :-)

Our simple gift for Sister and Elder Miller.

During the activity, what I realized was that, the most effective way of communication with husband, to parents and to other relationships is to express our LOVE. If we know what LOVE truly means to us and how to show the LOVE we have for them, we could be effective in our communication. Sometimes we find answers to our questions in so many ways and surprisingly we know already the answers but because of pride it hinders us. Pride hinders as to be humble and eventually will stop us to show love to others especially to our companion. Oh~~~ that is scary... Let us strive to be loved and to love more!

Sister Miller has quoted Pres. Uchtdorf message during the last general conference and I wanted to re-quote it again. It is very good quotation to ponder in our heart and mind.

"Brothers and sisters, there is enough heartache and sorrow in this life without our adding to it through our own stubbornness, bitterness, and resentment.
We are not perfect.
The people around us are not perfect. People do things that annoy, disappoint, and anger. In this mortal life it will always be that way.
Nevertheless, we must let go of our grievances. Part of the purpose of mortality is to learn how to let go of such things. That is the Lord’s way."


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