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|An Interactive Guide for Exploring and Expressing Love As a Life Nears an End |
Fred Bader, Ph.D., Linda Pendleton. 14. LET. LOVE. FLOW. “Love is the true
means by which the world is enjoyed: our love to others, and others' love to us.
|The more we seek gratitude, the more reason the angels will give us for gratitude |
and joy to exist in our lives. - Taylor, Terry Lynn Love is the true means by which
the world is enjoyed: our love to others, and others love to us. - Traherne ...
|We now have purpose in our lives and true love in our hearts. We will ... Our love |
for each other grows endlessly each and every day. ... We enjoy just hugging
each other. ... Nothing in the world means more to us than our love for each other.
|Our love of God—understood in terms of promoting God's own well-being—does |
not compete with our love of others ... My proposal that loving God wholly does
not conflict with loving neighbors means that we must interpret the great love ...
Augustine presents this obstacle in another section title of Teaching Christianity: “
God Does Not Enjoy Us, But Makes ... use of us seems contrary to Jesus' words
in John's classic biblical passage: “God so loved the world that he gave his only
|Back by popular demand -- and newly updated by the author -- the mega-bestselling spiritual guide in which Marianne Williamson shares her reflections on A Course in Miracles and her insights on the application of love in the search for ...|
|What we struggle to learn in our dealings with the material goods of this world is |
how to love our neighbors and ourselves in ... no area of our lives more suited to
learning what it means to love one another as the Lord has loved us, regardless
of ... not renounce the possession and use of material goods so much as it
renounces the control and domination of others ... a personal perspective, that
the spirit of poverty can pervade our lives without some real material sacrifices
Barbara L. Cohen, Dragan Kujundzic - 2005 - 313 pages
|Caritas, on the other hand, is sacred love — a divine love that is appropriately |
placed and right for us to enjoy. Caritas is the love that Augustine claims should
both inspire and be increased by our reading. Augustine illustrates these two ...
Just as the purpose of taking a journey is simply to provide us with a means to get
home, our source of true enjoyment and love, so, too, must we use this world, or
read it, in order to "discern" the invisible attributes of God. We are to read the
world to ...
|The word love here means also reverence. ... Out of pure love He created us, |
gave us the intellect and affections which are so good for us, and placed us in
this wonderful ... And when we are through with this, He has other and greater
worlds for us to enjoy and grow in, until we become ... of others, this law of justice
which works within us will turn and burn all possibility of true happiness out of our
J. C. Polkinghorne - 2001 - 210 pages
|His plea is for us to enjoy the natural world and each other as God does, and this |
involves recognizing our needs. ... From the first perspective we can discern
several reasons why any true act of love involves allowing others to satisfy our
needs at the ... These perspectives interact with each other, as we shall see, and
both depend on an analogy with our human experience of what it means to love
|and is that blessed union with God and holy souls, the amiable objects of true |
love, which is our felicity itself. ... even by immediate taste : as we feel in the
exercise of our love to a dear friend, or any thing that is amiable and enjoyed. ... it
giveth us the comforts of our callings, our company, our books, our lawful
recreations : it blesseth means of knowledge to our ... of the world, which
approaching death doth take down our esteem of, and causeth us to number it
with other forsaking and ...