You take her hand as the orange-hued sun tiptoes below the horizon. As you look deep into her eyes, she blushes a bit and bats her eyelashes as you move a little closer. Your lips meet hers-only for a moment, but a moment saturated with emotion and meaning.
Science tells us that a rush of chemicals to the brain is what makes this event so seemingly meaningful, but is that all there is to a kiss? Even the thought of such a kiss moves the heart in a way that suggests great significance. Perhaps this moment is more than a merely physical phenomena but an act seeped in spiritual meaning meant to draw us closer to God. Perhaps there is a theology of the kiss.
There are few things in life that we really cannot live without: food, water, shelter, and air. Some of these things we can go…
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