Love Language #4

by | May 8, 2011 | Relationship Help | 1 comment

 Acts of Service

Such actions as cooking a meal, setting a table, washing dishes, vacuuming, cleaning, a commode, getting hair out of the sink, removing the white spots from the mirror, getting bugs off the windshield, taking out the garbage, changing the baby’s diaper, painting a bedroom, dusting the bookcase, keeping the car in operating condition, washing or vacuuming the car, cleaning the garage, mowing the grass, trimming the shrubs, raking the leaves dusting the blinds, walking the dog, changing the cat’s litter box and changing the water in the goldfish bowl are all acts of service.

They require thought, planning, time effort and energy.  If done with a positive spirit, they are indeed expressions of love.

The Five Love Languages by: Dr. Gary Chapman pg 93-94

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