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What Is Love?

What Is Love?

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Two people live together, care for each other, weather the storms together
—and one day they discover they cannot live without each other.

Fall in love and you can fall out of love.
Create love and it will last forever.

By Tzvi Freeman
From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. Subscribe and get your dose daily. Or order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
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1candle missouri January 6, 2016

Love The love we have for g-d, is the love we have for people. Not; the opposite. As much as we want to love people more than g-d, we should always remember our love for g-d will lead us to our love for people. Blessed be he. Reply

Anonymous January 6, 2016

Wow, you just answered the #1 age-old question in the world in (about) 10 words or less and in under 10 seconds. This is proof that the Light of Torah illuminates all the paths of man and that HaKadosh Baruch Hu does not desire that we stumble around in the dark. But that we cleave to the sages who HaShem invested with the ability to illuminate our path as the sun lights our way. Baruch HaShem! Thank you! Reply

Jaclyn Jerusalem January 6, 2016

What Is Love? So true this is especially if this person does,not have G-d.In his life and is from a totally different back round,from you.This can cause problems in a marriage especially if there,are children. Reply