Love, love, love (is all you need): Interfaith Reflections for Valentine’s Day

I just LOVED (an appropriate word here) the Washington Post‘s On Faith series for Valentine’s Day (a little late, but I just stumbled upon it and couldn’t pass it up). They compiled reflections on love from 8 different faith (and non-faith) traditions, each written by a guest contributor. Beautiful, honest, and thought-provoking! I highly suggest giving them a read!

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A Jewish Guide to Love by David Wolpe

A Catholic Guide to Love, Benedict XVI Style by Danielle Bean

A Mormon Guide to Love by Kathryn Skaggs

A Muslim Guide to Love by Arsalan Iftikhar

A Seeker’s Guide to Love by Deepak Chopra

An Atheist Guide to Love by Libby Anne

A Hindu Guide to Love by Aseem Shukla

A Christian Guide to Love by Mark Driscoll

2 Comments

  • Reply February 20, 2013

    Rachel

    How interesting! I haven’t read them all yet, but plan to.

  • Reply February 25, 2013

    Asia

    I liked this comment from your link to A Jewish Guide to Love: “Love is always between, never solely within; self-love deserves a different name because it is not transactional. What happens between two people must have a practical effect on the lovers and on the world. Love is a broadening emotion, rippling out beyond its source”.

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