Conversation Corner
Family Corner (Loving Our Enemies --May 2003)

Love is a decision, not just a feeling. Discuss the difference between loving and liking someone.


  

Date: 5/9/2003 11:55:15 AM
Name or Pseudonym: Maria
Subject: sqwid

You wrote one sentence but it really carried a wallop. Like I wrote previously there is a very thin line between love and like. If the twain do not meet in a close intimate relationship, the relationship is no more. It is different I guess with persons we are not intimately involved. The two can be separated. We can also respect persons for their abilities and not necessarily like them or even love them as a supervisor with his employees. This is so deep this question and the differences. I think we have plenty of food for thought concerning this new post from AmericanCatholic.org. What is the difference between love and like, does anyone really know?

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