This excerpt is taken from Sassy, Single and Satisfied by Michelle Hammond
“Many would say they feel loved based on what others do for them. One
fondly remembers the day someone gave her flowers. Or soothed her
pain. Or took the time to go out of his way to do something for her. She
reflects upon these moments as expressions of true love.
But can you
really tell? Some people are nice for different reasons. To gain
approval. To prove their own worth. To get something they want from you.
The true language of love is willing sacrifice. This is seldom
thought of as we pursue finding the one true love of our lives. How much
are you willing to sacrifice to have what you want? Your life as you
know it to accommodate the interest of another?
A dream that would
interfere with your beloved’s? This is important. This is big. Think
about what you would be willing to sacrifice for the love you want. Now
translate that into acts of kindness in the lives of those who are
available to be loved in your world at this very moment.
How much are are you willing to sacrifice?”
Other Michelle Hammond’s books
About Life Love and God
Fixing What’s Broken
You One Woman’s Advice to Men [Hammond, Michelle Mckinney
You Down [Hammond, Michelle Mckinney]
Don’t Tell You [Hammond, Michelle Mckinney]
Preparing Yourself for Your Perfect Mate [Hammond, Michelle Mckinney]
His Heart (The Genius of Temptation
Healing Path [Matters of the Heart Series]
Don’t Tell You [Busara Books]
Trap of Temptation
the Way to Wholeness
Standing Between Hope and Happily Ever After