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I love you all...what a night!
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"Love" never fails you...

Thank you for posting that beautiful love song!
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Love never fails.
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You look old enough to love. We love you too!!
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Only 3 remain. Faith, hope and love.

The greatest of all is love.
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The word 'love' found in the bible is worth some looking into. The Greeks (I hope they still teach in school) had more than one word which we now translate into English as "love."

Here is a bit on two of those words. Although far from being anything close to a Bible scholar, I've seen what seem to be good arguments that agape was the "love" we see in many Bible quotations today.

Quote:...the two emotions of Agape and Eros may be considered to be the two fundamental motive forces of all human action and structures of thought. It is either the love of humanity, Agape, which inspires an epoch as its general orientation, or it is self-deification, Eros, with all of the emotions which issue from it, which dominates the spirit of an era.

And if one looks back, it may easily be established, that all progress in the history of humanity always depended upon the action, often of a single person, moved by Agape, regardless of whether this "action" was a cultural, political, or religious work. As soon as the work of this individual has begun to take effect upon his contemporaries, or even upon many successive generations, we see that the moral character of the people was improved. And, vice-versa, it was often the influence of a single person, whose self-love was displayed as a model by those wielding power, who cast the human species back into barbaric conditions once more.
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Bic  Wrote: (07-17-2013 01:19 PM)
The word 'love' found in the bible is worth some looking into. The Greeks (I hope they still teach in school) had more than one word which we now translate into English as "love."

Here is a bit on two of those words. Although far from being anything close to a Bible scholar, I've seen what seem to be good arguments that agape was the "love" we see in many Bible quotations today.

Quote:...the two emotions of Agape and Eros may be considered to be the two fundamental motive forces of all human action and structures of thought. It is either the love of humanity, Agape, which inspires an epoch as its general orientation, or it is self-deification, Eros, with all of the emotions which issue from it, which dominates the spirit of an era.

And if one looks back, it may easily be established, that all progress in the history of humanity always depended upon the action, often of a single person, moved by Agape, regardless of whether this "action" was a cultural, political, or religious work. As soon as the work of this individual has begun to take effect upon his contemporaries, or even upon many successive generations, we see that the moral character of the people was improved. And, vice-versa, it was often the influence of a single person, whose self-love was displayed as a model by those wielding power, who cast the human species back into barbaric conditions once more.
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A wise man once told me:

Love is giving. It is selflessness.

Sin is taking. It is selfishness.
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Sin to sell the fishdoomed
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True Love Is Sharing Your Bed With 2 Women.

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I take it "sin" is a dirty word here?

Not banned yet. I think.
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Bic  Wrote: (07-17-2013 01:19 PM)
The word 'love' found in the bible is worth some looking into. The Greeks (I hope they still teach in school) had more than one word which we now translate into English as "love."

Here is a bit on two of those words. Although far from being anything close to a Bible scholar, I've seen what seem to be good arguments that agape was the "love" we see in many Bible quotations today.

Quote:...the two emotions of Agape and Eros may be considered to be the two fundamental motive forces of all human action and structures of thought. It is either the love of humanity, Agape, which inspires an epoch as its general orientation, or it is self-deification, Eros, with all of the emotions which issue from it, which dominates the spirit of an era.

And if one looks back, it may easily be established, that all progress in the history of humanity always depended upon the action, often of a single person, moved by Agape, regardless of whether this "action" was a cultural, political, or religious work. As soon as the work of this individual has begun to take effect upon his contemporaries, or even upon many successive generations, we see that the moral character of the people was improved. And, vice-versa, it was often the influence of a single person, whose self-love was displayed as a model by those wielding power, who cast the human species back into barbaric conditions once more.
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One thing I found interesting. In the old King James Version of the Bible, "love" was translated as "charity" in Corinthians.

IOW, love was not necessarily an emotion, but rather, an act of your will.
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Bic  Wrote: (07-17-2013 01:19 PM)
The word 'love' found in the bible is worth some looking into. The Greeks (I hope they still teach in school) had more than one word which we now translate into English as "love."

Here is a bit on two of those words. Although far from being anything close to a Bible scholar, I've seen what seem to be good arguments that agape was the "love" we see in many Bible quotations today.


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One thing I found interesting. In the old King James Version of the Bible, "love" was translated as "charity" in Corinthians.

IOW, love was not necessarily an emotion, but rather, an act of your will.

Intention behind the act. Like signing your signature requires those two parts. Now some have bad intentions behind their showy works in the street in front of everyone. The bible warns about this too.
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I love cheese burgers

and i love to pee and poo in a toilet with all the fixings right at hand.

Its sometimes the littlest things most take for granted that i love the most.

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