A person playing the game alternately speaks the phrases "He (or she) loves me," and "He loves me not," while picking one petal off a flower (usually an oxeye daisy) for each phrase. The phrase they speak on picking off the last petal supposedly represents the truth between the object of their affection loving them or not. The player typically is motivated by attraction to the person they're speaking of while reciting the phrases. They may seek to reaffirm a pre-existing belief, or act out of whimsy.
The pronoun He, with a universally capitalized H, is often used to refer to a Higher being.
my He, my Sir
He is intelligent. i like having discussions with him. i enjoy his perspective and that he teaches me new things!
He has an amazing amount of patience!
He is a very generous man. He gives so much.
He takes care of me when i am sick. When i am tired he always knows what best
I feel at times he does things for a reason but i just can't figure out why.
My list could go on and on. i just feel very privileged to be owned by Him and serve Him! i love YOU, Master!