Love 3

Love 3

In this blog we continue with our discussion on love.

Now, let's talk about love in how we express it outwardly. You might hear people say they love a sport, a person, or something they do. Love can mean different things, like loving a close friend, a partner, or family members. Some people love what they do as a way of expressing themselves, while others love their job and the people they work with. Some people have a love for the arts too.

The word "love" is used a lot, and because of that, it may lose some of its true meaning and power. If you love everything, it's hard to understand what that really means. Maybe it's possible that if you love everything, you might not truly love anything. I'm not sure, and I won't spend time thinking about it now.

What's important is that love is a universal concept. But, as we said before, everything has an opposite. So, it's essential to think about why we love the things we love.

Here’s a Universal Teaching that we may have posted before, but it is worth repeating “No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and Mammon.” Luke 16:13 (KJV)

In our next blog, we'll keep exploring love, but this time we'll look at it from the inside and see what it has to offer.

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