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|Preface by Ronald Gregor Smith Translated by Howard and Edna Hong 'The two parts of Works of Love deal respectively with the great commandment: 'Thou shalt love the Lord thy God...' (and it's second: '... and thy neighbor as thyself') and ...|
|Your friend, your beloved, your child, or whoever is an object of your love has a |
claim upon an expression of it also in words if it actually moves you inwardly. The
emotion is not your possession but belongs to the other; the expression is your ...
|Works of Love as a whole, it could be argued, constitutes a sustained critique of |
what Kierkegaard terms "self-love, ... He writes, in a passage which deserves
close attention, that although words and gestures may deceive, still, to hold back
|It is remarkable how little time Kierkegaard devotes to his discussion of "proper" |
self-love.26 A handful of sentences ... 28 In other words, the kind of love the world
practices is an economic transaction involving an investment and return, the ...
|Methinketh that he giveth here a commandment that we should not love in word |
nor tongue, but in work and truth. Phil. Ye say truth. Theo. It is not lawful then for
us to express the love that we bear in our hearts towards our neighbour by
|You’ll be inspired by real-life stories and Dr. Gary Chapman’s commonsense yet perceptive insights on relationships. Reading this book feels like taking a walk with a wise friend.|
|The heartache that envelopes and captures the heart, to the things that rip it apart. This is my explanation of the very reason we live and breathe, to love many times even if we get hurt or we finally do succeed.|
|”31 Forever equivocal, always potentially deceptive, the best metaphors for love's |
works incite desire for that which words can never name. Love Redoubles: Love
for God and Love for Neighbor Fundamental as desire for God is among the ...
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