Many Asian cultures express love and affection through acts of service, such as cooking a favorite meal or performing tasks to make someone's life easier. This concept of love as service is deeply ingrained in the cultural values of these societies and has been passed down through generations as a way to show care and devotion to loved ones. In many Asian cultures, cutting fruit is seen as a loving act, symbolizing a willingness to go the extra mile to provide nourishment and sustenance to those we care about.
The Fruits of Love is a book that explores a personal relationship with this practice of preparing fruit, accompanied by imagery of the process to illustrate the craftsmanship involved in preparing a plate of fruit for a loved one. This book sheds light on the ways in which a seemingly simple act of kindness can become a powerful tool for building and strengthening relationships, ultimately transforming the way we express and experience love.