Alice Elswyth
Alice Elswyth voted up Twallgirl Wallace's answer

Love is always relevant. I shudder to think that we have become so contemporary that some may believe that they can live without love. Our very existence is based on the fact that God loved us! We must we remember what love is . The bible tells us at 1Corinthians 13:4-8 a lot that we … Read more

Alice Elswyth
Alice Elswyth voted up The Z.'s answer

I say it had better be, or we are lost.

We have not yet become so contemporary as to negate the love between mother and child; the love of a soldier for his country, a zealot for his cause, or an artist for his craft.

If such a thing ever comes to pass, we will … Read more

Alice Elswyth
Alice Elswyth voted up Didge Doo's answer

Depends what you mean by love. The Greeks had three words for it: Er0s -- the love between man and woman; philadelphia -- brotherly love or esprit de corps; agape -- the selfless love which encompasses much of humanity.

All three are as relevant today as they were when Pheidippides invented jogging.

(Comically our robot nanny … Read more