See the 16 pictures above, depicting the real meaning of these common words in our life.

Love : Love is a choice. It’s a commitment. Although feelings will accompany love, and although sex will be a part of marriage, a lasting, healthy relationship cannot be based on these things.

The Bible says that God is love. God, as our designer and creator, made us with needs for love. Do you ever wonder why we constantly seek love from others but never feel completely satisfied? It’s because God designed us for an unconditional love, and we, as people, are flawed.

Sorrow : Grief through the loss of a loved one, whether by death or separation, can be very hard to bear. It can take a long time to recover, and it is not often understood that when we are attached to something it becomes rooted in our aura. So when we lose this, it is not only physically removed, but also emotionally ripped away from us, which can leave an injury behind that needs time to heal, just like any other injury.

This is the normal process of nature, and it is important to allow ourselves to grieve. Yet, it is during these traumatic times that we can also discover a great deal about ourselves, and what we really want out of life. It is a time of transformation that we can use for our benefit or detriment, all according to how we choose to respond to the situation.

Compassion : It is not simply a sense of sympathy or caring for the person suffering, not simply a warmth of heart toward the person before you, or a sharp clarity of recognition of their needs and pain, it is also a sustained and practical determination to do whatever is possible and necessary to help alleviate their suffering.”

Friendship : It is an in-depth relationship combining trust, support, communication, loyalty, understanding, empathy, and intimacy. Friendship is an in-depth relationship. Friendship is comfortable and relaxed. Friendship requires meeting the needs of both friends.

Patience : Patience means the ability and willingness to endure waiting without complaining or being upset when faced with a difficult or challenging situation. It is a virtue because it is a respectable quality.

Being tolerant does not mean that you allow yourself to tolerate anything that someone does or accepts everything without questioning. It is not about complacency and does not mean that you accept whatever happens in your life without attempting to change. You wait and accept any delay only after you have done your best and the right thing.

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, its about learning how to dance in the rain.