There can be love in telling hard truths. Most of us find it painful to live at this level of love, but it can be there, even in these most unlikely places.
When the valentine has been tucked away in a drawer, the candy eaten, the flowers faded and gone, there will be other legacies of love that will last as long as we do, because they have brought us to know an element of life—part feeling, part idea, part mystery—that once known, is ours to keep. As a Unitarian Universalist congregation with no geographical boundary, the CLF creates global spiritual community, rooted in profound love, which cultivates wonder, imagination, and the courage to act.
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About Welcome! Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places Most of us look for love in only the most obvious places, and as a result, most of us come away disappointed.
Weekly newsletter Get a weekly email that includes a message from Rev. Maybe unknowingly, we look for love in the things we do. We search for a feeling of belonging in all that we do.
All the Wrong Places
I love to run. And kayak too! I love to hang with friends.
Or cheer for UT. We too, like Johnny Lee, look for love in all sorts of things. We watch Hallmark movies and think eros romantic love is all that we need, or possibly think if we had a BFF, then philos friendship love would fill our hole. Then there is the storge affection that we have for an old sweater or fond memory.
Looking for Government in All the Wrong Places
This kind of love goes above and beyond. There is no expectation of receiving something in return. In fact, this sorta love lays it all down in your stead. Agape love is the greatest love that you could ever know. Why, agape love is God love…and continues to give and give and give. And Everlasting.
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