Six Word Love Notes
I challenged the students in my love class to say something meaningful they’ve learned about love in the course. But they had to use only six words. Here are their notes:
Eladia H. – Intentionally investing in others and yourself.
Brianna C. – Love with humility, wisdom, and grace.
Sheree D.- Love is not selfish but sacrificial.
Myrandda E. – Understanding God, understanding love, understanding life.
Jason H.- God’s love is all you need.
Kaylee W. – Loving deeply makes life worth living.
Joshua W.- Love is better than the movies.
Reid W.- Stretches one’s imagination of what’s possible.
Stephanie T.- Love requires thoughtful action and response.
Nathan T.- Can’t describe love in six words.
John S.- Seeking fulfillment for self and others.
Meghan B.- Love does not always come expectedly.
Rachel B.- Love is the hardest thing imaginable.
Dan B.- Love is powerful. Use it wisely.
Whitney B.- Love is easier said than done.
Briana C.- Love others, love self, love God.
Chelsie C.- Love is past, present, and future.
Reisa F.- Love means something different to everyone.
Melissa H.- Love requires a little self-sacrifice.
Kelsey K.- Love is complicated but incredibly rewarding.
Torrey L.- Love teaches us to be human.
Colby M.- Love is promoting overall well-being.
Phil O.- Love may disappear if not practiced.
Trina C.- Love is intentional, meaningful, and spiritual.
Zach G.- Increase overall well-being for all.
Ben H.- Love gives meaning to our lives.
Meghan L.- Not always easy, but worth it.
Xander M.- Love hurts, but we need it.
Dannea M.- Love shares, love sacrifices, love accepts.
Amanda P.- Love is selfless, immersed, and changing.
Elizabeth F.- Without love there is no life.
Sam H.- Love is the fuel of life.
Kaley L.- Love like a fire. Burn on!
Brenda M.- Love requires humility, vulnerability, and surrender.
Celina M.- Lifetime of searching, never fully knowing.
Aaron R.- Love as God has loved us.
Yuheng W. – Before love others, love yourself first.
To which I say, impressive!