I’m not a Greek speaker, but I came across “agapé” as a Divinity student half a century ago.
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Yes! I knew this would come up, and you are right, it totally is! For me how I have grown up and learned with my family and culture we always used the term agapè in terms of love, especially between two people. For me the unconditional love is what I believe true love to be about, however, eros is another pillar of those different types of loves that we have and experience. I explore the different side of agapé in my upcoming book, about the idea of this unconditional love in the form of romantic relationships, and friendships.

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