There are many barriers to finding True Love. For one, the word itself has many meanings and can only be interpreted in context. For example, one might say “I love this weather” and in the next sentence say “I love my spouse.” If the word love only had one meaning, this statement would be wrong by the order of magnitude. Certainly the attachment for a person requires an entirely unequal intensity of emotion. One does not propose and commit his life to the weather—the wind that is here today and gone tomorrow—rather, in this context it is synonymous with “enjoy”…you “enjoy” the weather.
Besides the difficulty of connotation is the evolution of its most popular usage—sensual love. The term has come a long way since Jesus’ day. If God is Love and our Religion is Love—then the definition is strategic. So for practical purposes, we will use the word “True Love”—a description that surpasses the shallow sensual and looks to The Divine for definition.
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