— Leo Tolstoy
Ave Crux
Love doesn't mean we love the person for themselves or for their attributes; but because they came forth from the Hand of God, possessed of a soul made in the image and likeness of God, and should be cherished and respected as such.

The Christian definition of "Love" (so warped by modern man) as taught by Saint Thomas Aquinas is "[T]o will the good of another". Thus it has nothing to do with …More
Love doesn't mean we love the person for themselves or for their attributes; but because they came forth from the Hand of God, possessed of a soul made in the image and likeness of God, and should be cherished and respected as such.

The Christian definition of "Love" (so warped by modern man) as taught by Saint Thomas Aquinas is "[T]o will the good of another". Thus it has nothing to do with what the soul possesses or can offer, but to will their good as God does, and to effect that good insofar as it lies within our power.

And the greatest possible "good" is freedom from sin. Thus, those couples living in sin who say they "love" each other are gravely deluded.
Jeffrey Ade
Christ said "Love your neighbor as yourself!"