One might think it odd that we have to “learn” to love someone. Unfortunately love and or hate, is dispensed via the situation. That isn’t committed love, but rather “feelings” love.
Scripture reminds us in Titus chapter two, that older women are to teach the younger women how to love their husbands. Seems odd doesn’t it? And love their children? That seems even more odd! But love to last through hard times as in committed love, has to be learned,
The same holds true with many types of relationships. We have to learn how to love again in a new way with a purpose in mind. The deepest of loves will forfeit the “wants” of the one deciding on how much to love. That kind of love has to be thought out and focused. We choose to release that love when we choose to release ourselves from the need to be right.
There may come a time in your life when you will have to learn how to love again. I will say to you that it won’t be easy. It won’t be “butterflies and rainbows”, but rather a love that will forge through the most difficult of times. How the other receives it is their choice. Just do the right thing-because it is the right thing to do.