Of Agape, Climax, and Transubstantiation…

With the passing of crisis in a story comes celebration, perhaps a love scene.  Survival or resurrection from death provides the central character a wider scope of consciousness.

Personal concerns no longer drive the protagonist. Those of the community dominate her or his thoughts and actions instead. Agape love now influences their choices and behavior.

Personal suffering has yielded a greater respect and understanding of those aches and pains that affect, and beset the collective. From this emerges empathy guided by the wish to heal. Read the rest of this entry…

~ by Anjuelle Floyd on February 28, 2010.

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