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(From a friend)

Composed to Powerpoint by S.Belen

HP +62813 1653 6832

Email: [email protected]


Anyer, Banten, Indonesia

July 18, 2008

There are times when we are timid and shy about expressing the love we feel. For fear of embarrassing the other person, or yourselves, we hesitate to say the actual words “I love you”
So we try to communicate the idea in other words. We say ‘take care’ or ‘don’t drive too fast’ or ‘be good’. But really, these are just other ways of saying
‘I love you’, ‘you are important to me’, ‘I care what happens to you’, ‘I don’t want you to get hurt’.
  • We are sometimes very strange people. The only thing we want to say, and the one thing that we should say, is the one thing we don’t say.
And yet, because the feeling is so real, and the need to say it is so strong, we are driven to use other words and sign to say what we really mean.
And many times the meaning never gets communicated at all and the other person is left feeling unloved and unwanted.
Therefore, we have to LISTEN FOR LOVE in the other words that people are saying to us. Sometimes the explicit words are necessary, but more often, the manner of saying things is even more important.
A joyous insult carries the affection and love within the sentiments that are expressed insincerely.
  • An impulsive hug says I LOVE YOU even though the words might be saying very different. Any expression of a person’s concern for another says I love you.
Sometimes the expression is clumsy, sometimes even cruel.
  • Sometimes we must look and listen very intently for the love that contains. But it is often there, beneath the surface.
A mother may nag her daughter constantly about his grades or cleaning his room. The daughter may hear only the nagging, but if she listens carefully, she will hear the love
underneath the nagging. Her mother wants him to do well, to be successful.
  • Her concern and love for her daughter unfortunately emerge in her nagging. But it is love all the same.
A son comes home late, way past curfew, and his father confronts him with angry words. The son may hear only the anger, but if he listenscarefully, he will hear the love under the anger. “I was worried about you,” the father is saying.
“Because I care about you and I love you. You are important to me.”
  • We say I love you in many ways – with birthday gifts, and little notes, with smiles and sometimes with tears.
Sometimes we show our love by just keeping quiet and not saying a word, at other times by speaking out, even brusquely.
  • We show our love sometimes by impulsiveness. Many times we have to show
our love by forgiving someone who has not listened to the love we have tried to express.
  • The problem in listening for love is that we don’t always understand the language of love with which the other person is using.
A girl may use tears or emotions to say what she wants to say, and her boyfriend may not understand her because he expects her to be talking his language. Thus, we have to force ourselves to really listen for love.
  • The problem with our world is that people
rarely listen to each other. They hear the words, but they don’t listen to the actions that accompany the words or the expression on the face. Or people listen only for rejection or
  • misunderstanding. They do not see the
love that is there just beneath the surface, even if the words are angry.
  • We have to listen for love in those around us. If we listen intently we will discover that we are a lot more loved than we realize.
  • Listen for love and we will find that the world is a very loving place.

Singgih plays a role as traumatic child during the time of emergency. (Training of Education in Emergency, conducted by Save the Children, Makassar, 14-19 Juni 2008)

  • It makes us sad.
Thank you!
  • Warm greeting from Indonesia