By Eric Boothe
How are we to think correctly about love in the world today? Depictions of love and definitions of love surround us on all sides. There are many symbols of love and actions that we interpret as being love. Some even say that we can “make love.” Often the way we interpret love is from a feeling that we may feel rising up within us or from a perception about love we received from some unknown source. But we must ask the question, what is love? As we begin to think about Valentines Day, the topic of love surrounds us. Young ladies and young men become consumed by someone they might just “like” and their peers tease them about it. They interpret the slightest look their way as an act of love. Where do these emotions that we call love come from? Is our pursuit of love just some fleeting feeling that we spend our life pursuing and never find?
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