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agape

(ă-ga′pā, a′gă-pā″) [Gr. agapē, love]
Unselfish, unconditional love for another, without sexual or romantic feelings.
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Agape Mechanical specialises in HVAC, refrigeration, electrical and plumbing services, as well as hot water hydro-scrubbing.
While the laid-back atmosphere may be what initially attracts students, the stories told at Agape Latte are the true centerpiece of the program.
They who have embodied and lived out the agape with 'genuine human depth, warmth, inwardness, tenderness...
Dario Obregon, who now lives in West Hempstead, said his Agape loss of more than $200,000 affected every aspect of his life.
Founded in 1989, Friendship Agape Church (FAC) is a congregation of the Christian Reformed Church denomination.
Agape, and the decisions of the Fifth Circuit, Sixth Circuit and other courts, illustrate the importance of the government's role in settlement of FCA claims.
Agape was also linked to the killing of five-year-old Scott Chirashi in Alva, Clackmannanshire, in December 2014.
"Everyone here has become familiar with the Agape name now and they know Agape stands for great causes."
Gentry derives her theological basis for "offering hospitality" as a form of practicing agape in international relations from Romans 12:9-18 (NIV), which up through verse 13 reads:
Si aplicamos esta caracterizacion del eros y el agape para el caso de los vampiros que hemos resenado en el apartado anterior, el Dracula de Stoker seria una ejemplificacion de un ser dominado por eros.
El Papa senala en este documento, siguiendo a san Juan, que el agape, el amor como servicio, oblacion por otros, sacrificio, como ponerse en el lugar del otro, como empatia, como donacion, es ante todo una modulacion, el talante del amor filial y del amor erotico.
Any such replacement would dispense with perfect agape, for instance, because only a personal agent can offer perfect agape.