Call someone you love and tell them you love them! Look at the person you are living with and tell them you love them!
We are here to love one another and sometimes (EVEN if you think they know you love them), it is MUSIC to the ears to actually hear it.

We all take those we love for granted on occasion. Children who fuss and are a hand-full, the elderly who need constant help, even the perfect mate: sometimes we forget that if they weren’t here, they would be missed.

So do it right now……TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM! EVEN if it’s yourself. After all, you are a UNIQUE, one of a kind individual, and you need love too!

I know (and this is my right to choose), that God loves you too! Come near to God, and God will come near to you! CREATE
an awesome day and LOVE-LOVE-LOVE!

9 Responses to “Right Now…….TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM!”

  1. Ace Says:

    Thanks for the reminder that LOVE is the greatest force and power in the earth.

  2. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    You are welcome! I believe people forget how powerful love is because they see and hear
    so much about the evil that abounds on earth. LOVE is the greatest force and power….
    Thanks for commenting!

  3. scopettg Says:

    Lemme see… Who can love me?
    Suggestion? Hahaha…

  4. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Hmmmmm! That’s easy. GIVE YOURSELF A BIG HUG, look in a mirror and say out loud-
    “I LOVE ME! I am a unique and cool creation and I deserve to treat myself good!”

    You’d be surprised how many people don’t know it’s good to love who they are…Ever hear
    “Love your neighbor as you LOVE YOURSELF”?

    As a fellow (well, feminine) human kind, we are all related. We are supposed to love one another and so I send my love to you! Have a splendid day!

  5. Maria Keckler Says:


    A wonderful reminder. Thank you.


  6. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    You are so welcome! Have a fantastic day!

  7. titus2woman Says:

    I love ya, Marsha!!!! ~smile~ (((((HUGS))))) sandi

  8. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Back at you, my friend!

  9. marlajayne Says:

    Whenever I hear or read “Love thy neighbor as thyself,” I take it to mean that it’s okay to love me; in fact, He commands it.

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