We spend our lives trying to find it and perfect its practice and, often, we obsess over it. We come together as a community to celebrate it. We mourn when we lose it. Artists paint and sing and write about it. In today’s political climate, people on both sides of the aisle claim that it is the answer to all of our problems. And it very well may be. But do we really understand it? Do we really understand love?
This year, we have been plagued by more than just the Coronavirus. While the virus has attacked human bodies, apathy, greed, pride and more evils—even hatred—have attacked our souls, and the consequences have been dire.
We have ignored good, valid ideas put forth by politicians we don’t like. Protesting is more popular than praying and, in many states, you can be punished for going to church but not for vandalizing one. We hate more loudly than we love.
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