Love and the Relatedness of Things

Jeffers, Frank E.
January 1996
Humanist;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p21
Discusses the primary nature of love. References to love in religion and philosophical beliefs; Importance for individuals to refocus on thinking to promote loving relationships; Evidences of love's egoistic nature; Awareness of relatedness generated by love.


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