There is no greater virtue than love and no greater life-defining moral constant. From where did love originate?
THE ORIGIN OF LOVE
The virtue of love can only have three possible sources: (1) Love came from a survival instinct and lacks free-will. (2) People invented the concept of love that may or may not have become embedded in human nature. (3) Love is the purpose of humankind — eternal and embedded in humankind’s identity from the Creator.
Do people love one another from instinct or as a philosophical idea? Is humankind greater than love if people created it? Rather, is love greater than humankind because the instinct rules over free-will? By what source, do people love others — survival instinct, human invention, or divine purpose?
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