Love without right action is as useless as an expensive friendship card with a handwritten note expressing how important your love is.
Right action reassures those we love of our intentions. We take immediate steps when we see they’re hurt, to comfort them, to protect them.
Love that can’t listen patiently but jumps in to interrupt and object, defensive, deflecting, anticipating hurt, is not the kind of love that can heal anybody’s hurt.
You can declare your love with a torrent of heartfelt words, and with complete sincerity, but only love you demonstrate by compassionate action is worth more than an expensive Hallmark card and an impressively pricey token made of gold.