That statement. The hidden meaning is, if a person loves you, they should wish to see you do something you enjoy and like (ahead of accomplishing something they think you should) since that will result in your happiness. Essentially, it's defining love as valuing the happiness of another person, and giving you a way to figure out whether they feel love for you or not.Like the statement " There is no plan, she just wants to see you do something you enjoy and like".
I roll eyes on that one on regular basis. Which is because I don't understand this approach. I can understand the context and that people do this when they love someone and that they do it because they love them.
Does that make sense?