Love isn't a philosophy, it's a way of life. It's found entirely in the practical – through actions and deeds. John said it best when he wrote in one of his New Testament letters: 'Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.' (1 John 3:18) Acts of love glorify God. They point to something bigger than ourselves and allow us to join in with the plans God has to heal our world.
Acts of love are deeper than just compassion for others. They are rooted in seeing how unfair and unjust our world is – and knowing that we can use what we have to help change that.