A Divine Sanction
A divine sanction
P K Routray
From the Holy bible, erose, agape, phileo and storge,
as the types of love, these four forms only emerge
love agape needs generosity, forgiving, and compassion
to divinize the love enough to love people common
Philoes love is brotherly love and storge love is family love
affection, kindness, respect as present in family love brotherly love eulogize the two loves above.
Romantic is love eros between man and woman
youth, emotion, lust and passion in it envisaged by common man.
Lust has perhaps only place in love erose but not in other three
without love erose and lust in it, cannot man grow the family tree,
to sustain the creation and to continue to thrive on, the love erose is a must
hence divine recognition has to be given to passion and lust
Perhaps the monk in the picture has thus lust eloquent in his eyes
divinizing the lust here for common man to learn seizing the opportunity, prize.
(N . B On a photo A monk kissing passionately a beauty)