Love vs Lust
Love and lust are probably the most commonly confused words. Do you know the difference?
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Love vs Lust Bundle
Love is the purpose and design of our existence. Being loved and feeling love for self and/or from another are as vital to our spirits as air is to our physical bodies. In every culture, “love” has been the subject of song, poetry, religious ceremony, public discourse, and intimate conversations between individuals. Indeed, our perceptions of love and our reactions to those perceptions can determine our character and our goals, and rule our lives to a far greater degree than we may realize.
Lust is not Love
The Truth is that love and lust are not the same. The expressions and feelings of love are completely contrary and opposing to the expressions and feelings of lust. In fact, when properly defined and explained, love and lust are on opposite ends of the intimacy, respect, and morality spectrum. Unfortunately, love and lust are often confused and their expressions are inappropriately defined. Lust’s internal expressions include feelings and thoughts of self-focus and self-titillation; its external expressions include using another person (or self) in overt and/or covert ways to promote self-serving agendas.
Specs: 11.5" x 8.5" Workbook with 336 pages