Considerations by Nedda
I like love. But the really old definition of love from the Bible is problematic for me. That explanation makes you think ... you know, like “love is patient” or “not rejoices in wrongdoing”. Glory, this is hard.
Scientists have established that as humans, we need to be loved and to love. This makes sense. We thrive when we are around people who love us, and we really get a lift when we love someone or do something with love for others. I am still working on the patient, bearing all things, etc. part.
We can read the descriptions of love in every culture’s literature and art. It is, in some ways, the impetus for all human behavior. No wonder we mess it up so many times. We have done awful things in the name of love. We have done great things in the name of love. In endless ways, humans have used it as an excuse for about everything ... “Well, I loved him, her, it, and that’s why.”
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