Questions about Love


QuestionsAbout LOVE

  1. Can we disagree and still love each other?
  2. Does love have to mean, “it’s okay to do whatever you want to do?”
  3. Can we love and still be disappointed in each other’s behavior / actions?
  4. Does love allow for discipline of the one(s) you love?
  5. Can someone tell me that I am wrong or am headed the wrong direction in my life and still love me?
  6. Does love let someone fail?

I’d like to see your answers.

-Scott

6 thoughts on “Questions about Love

  1. Can we disagree and still love each other? Yes
    Does love have to mean, “it’s okay to do whatever you want to do?” No
    Can we love and still be disappointed in each other’s behavior / actions? Yes
    Does love allow for discipline of the one(s) you love? Yes-but form of discipline depends upon the nature of the relationship
    Can someone tell me that I am wrong or am headed the wrong direction in my life and still love me? Absolutely
    Does love let someone fail? Yes, when failure has the potential to lead to a positive change. Of course we are human and we can never know

  2. The first question can be used in marriage and in the Church. Yes, we can disagree unless it is contrary to the “contract” we made with the other person or God. No, I can not do as I please without thinking of the part of the contract. We love and disappoint people we love, including God, everyday. But loves steps in and forgives. All of the others are a complete yes. Many years ago there was a famous line in a movie, “love means never having to say I’m sorry.” Well, yes we do have to say I am sorry whether it is God, spouse, children or fellow Christian. It;’s early in the morning and hope my comments are what I am really trying to say. Need more coffee.

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