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The Philosophy of Love is about learning to live with love as the centerpiece. It gives a description of all the ways that love manifests itself and describes a way of living that, if attempted, will bring the reader a peace that passes all understanding.

Although most would say that everyone knows what love is, this book does not focus on that type of love. It is not about mushy romance or puppy love. It is about true and abiding love and the ways that a human being can live a life of love.

It is a culmination of studies on the major world religions, avatars who have come before us and promised peace and the many books and ideologies on how to love and what love is.

Unconditional love is the only cure for the cruelty that humanity has perpetrated on one another. Having it is also the most freeing feeling a human being can experience.

Learning to love and live a life of love is the greatest gift a person can give themselves. For regardless of sex, age, or physical condition, love will always improve lif; for both the loved and the lover.

Loribeth

About the Author

Loribeth Bosserman
Loribeth Virginia, USA

Publish Date  April 19, 2009

Dimensions  Pocket  72 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Religion & Spirituality

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