agape

Desculpa Deus por não me lembrar do Senhor as vezes, desculpa por não ser a filha que o Senhor queria que eu fosse. É muito difícil viver aqui na terra com pessoas que me magoam a todo momento. Mas com certeza deve ser mais difícil pro Senhor ver as pessoas que o Senhor deu a vida pra amar te traindo, traindo uns aos outros. Deve ser tão difícil olhar daí de cima pessoas precisando de ajuda mas não pedem por orgulho ou coisa do tipo. Me perdoa Pai. Me ajude a melhorar.

AGAPE

[noun]

1. “unconditional love”; divine love; love that is spiritual in its nature; love without limitation.

2. New Testament: charitable, selfless, altruistic, and unconditional love; the covenant love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God; love for humanity.

Etymology: from Classical Greek: ἀγάπη, agápē; Modern Greek: αγάπη.  Not to be confused with agape [1].

[Alex Grey - Cuddle]

The promise, made when I am in love and because I am in love, to be true to the beloved as long as I live, commits me to being true even if I cease to be in love. A promise must be about things that I can do, about actions: no one can promise to go on feeling in a certain way. He might as well promise never to have a headache or always to feel hungry.
—  C.S. Lewis
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AGAPE

[noun]

1. “unconditional love”; divine love; love that is spiritual in its nature; love without limitation.

2. New Testament: charitable, selfless, altruistic, and unconditional love; the covenant love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God; love for humanity.

Etymology: from Classical Greek: ἀγάπη, agápē; Modern Greek: αγάπη.  Not to be confused with agape [1].

[Hana Jang - Ash Tree & Girl with Ashman]