This morning I awoke thinking, what if love were a choice that we made every day and not just on Christmas?
- We choose to believe when we are afraid.
- We choose to trust when our faith drains away and only hopelessness remains.
- We choose to love when our heart fills with annoyance, anger, and hate.
- We choose to remember that the Christmas story has an ending.
Recently, I explained to my daughter that there are three Greek words for love: Éros, passion, Philia, friendship, and Agápe, sacrificial. This morning, while reading a Wikipedia commentary by Dr. Sengai Podhuvan, I discovered a fourth, Storge, “natural affection, like that felt by parents for offspring.” READ ENTIRE POST…