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Leaders: Personhood-Love vs Animal-Love

by Tom James on 03/28/20

1. Animal Love:
If you believe you have no soul and there is no supreme being, then the central acts of love is sex and family love. Animals have family love.

2. Personhood Love:
If you believe you have a soul given to you to become a Person and share in God's eternal home, then the central acts of love is a lifelong desire to create enduring relationships with Persons as in a marriage, family, member of a religion, in a business, in helping others, or in getting service jobs such as teaching, medicine, security, etc. All done with the all-consuming fire of wanting to be with and to serve other Persons.

Dear Leaders,
CHOOSE whether to be an animal and treat others as such or a Person and treat others as such.

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