SINGLE HUMANITY | 2019
To hear someone, declare to you: I love you is just overwhelming. In fact, it marks a turning point in a relationship. Isn’t there something similar in the baptism of Jesus? Let’s see then how this can be a turning point in our lives.
Regardless of where you are reading this post from, with all cultural differences; love is an experience common to human beings. It makes us live. We love, and we want to be loved. It’s disarming to hear someone say to you: I love you. Such simple, short phrase has shaken up many lives. Probably yours too.
In fact, it marks a critical stage in the life of a teenager, easy to notice. Apparently from nowhere, your child just can’t eat as usual -no appetite; in class, as a teacher, you notice a pupil completely absent minded -gazing into emptiness; or perhaps it’s in the library where you spot a student, minutes are passing but she’s still on the same page. What’s the matter? You may wonder; there may not be any problem at all. They may simply be under charm, someone declared love to them. It’s not only for teenagers, it can catch you at any age.
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