When You Say “I Love You”

















Francesco Alberoni writes in  “il Mistero dell’Innamoramento” : Being in love, doesn’t mean professing something about your own grandness. When one says “I love you”, he is not saying “I am important, I am significant , I feel unstoppable. No.  Instead, the phrase “I love you” is a declaration without conditions. “Ti Amo”, means “I surrender”, “you are the only one”, “ You are the center of my world”, “you transcend me” Love, ultimately is the state of grace.

The next time you use these words, use them because the feelings in your heart reflect the willingness to give your love without conditions to another person. Because you cherish that person, you care about what they need,  and you are  willing to be there for them in good times and in bad.


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