The two elements that are in a relationship of permanent subordination are Love and Gratitude.
Maybe you ask yourself why do I want to point out in this way the connection between these two words. Moving forward, you will learn more about this.
The most beautiful synonym of youth is Love. When you are young, you want to love and to be loved at each breath. This thing is all that matters in this period.
- 1 Everything is love, white or black. But when there is love, everything becomes a smile, hope, and strength.
- 2 Love has a sister, namely, gratitude.
- 3 Love and gratitude – Youth without old age!
Everything is love, white or black. But when there is love, everything becomes a smile, hope, and strength.
What worse can happen to the one who loves and is loved? Love has the power to change the impossible!
Like everything, Love has a defect. It can not keep the rhythm of time, and it has not adapted to the modernization. It has not managed to modernize; it remained the same feeling of “old fashion,” as one would say.
Love has a sister, namely, gratitude.
The sisters are always together. They esteem each other, and we should learn to cherish them as much.
The subordination relationship between Love, gratitude makes us see how gently two sisters can understand each other.
We must be aware that there is so much power in gratitude. To love means, you have to know to be grateful for what you have, for what you have received, and for what you can offer.
The beauty of life comes from the magic of the word, thank you. This word recalls the love in the soul.
You are the most beautiful “child” when you add to the word, thank you, a sincere smile. Let’s be always grateful! Remember to thank smiling!
Who neglects the gratitude, make Love to suffer! But who knows the magic of the simple thank you, refreshes the Love.
Love and gratitude – Youth without old age!
And so it is! Because the gratitude gives to the love “youth without old age”!
Consequently, regardless of the alert rhythm of the world, we should not forget to love, full of gratitude, to remains always young people and to never getting old.