What is correct? Is love an action or a feeling? Or is it a little bit of both? I believe it is more of an action which brings feeling. We tend to be concerned about what we want. To have someone in our life creates a struggle in what we want to do and what is in the best interest of the relationship. So we must choose to do what's best for the two. It's not a one way action, both sides need to commit to the action of love. If one side is not doing their part of the action, then the relationship becomes joyless. To simply feel love and not commit to it when it doesn't feel good is not a lasting love. If you're having a bad day and your significant other is getting on your nerves you must choose to be patient with them because you have chosen to love them. My commitment in choosing love was tested a few months ago. My 1.5 year long girlfriend felt like she didn't love me anymore. I was obviously heartbroken. My feeling was to sulk away and lie in my own tears. But I still chose to love her and respect her decision, but also show that I had chosen to still be there for her. Throughout a month we still talked every other day. With prayer on both sides and restraining my feeling of desperation, we got back together, way much stronger than ever. We both had agreed that we must choose to love and that simply not feeling love isn't necessarily the absence of love. And if that feeling of love is diminishing, our actions need to adjusted. What say you?