And some of the question may be answered in the expressions of love we see.
A man sitting by his grandmother and letting her know what was going on since he had one of the easiest voices for her to hear. That's an expression of love.
An aunt telling her nephews to ask this and that question of the doctor everything they called to report news about their dying father. That's an expression of love.
A clerk letting someone stay in the lobby for a few minutes to warm up. That's an expression of love.
But then there are people who think that they have to hug you to show their 'love' without realizing that some people don't like hugs.
But then there are people who think that they have to comment on someone's accent to help them improve without realizing that a different accent doesn't mean that one is better than another.
But then there are people.
And some of the moves are good and some are bad. Do we see the good in people or do we look for the bad? We don't have to be a Pollyanna always seeing the good, but a little bit of looking for the the and/or the bad, whichever we don't usually see, isn't all bad.