Rich In Love (2020) PATCHED
"God always loves us with a greater love than we have for ourselves. ... Only the love of Jesus can transform our lives, heal our deepest hurts and set us free from the vicious circles of disappointment, anger and constant complaint," the pope said in St. Peter's Basilica.
Rich in Love (2020)
"Why? To make us understand the immensity of his love for our human condition: even touching the depths of our poverty with his concrete love. The Son of God was born an outcast, in order to tell us that every outcast is a child of God," Pope Francis said.
At the end of his homily, the pope prayed: "Jesus, you are the Child who makes me a child. You love me as I am, I know, not as I imagine myself to be. In embracing you, the Child of the manger, I once more embrace my life. In welcoming You, the Bread of life, I too desire to give my life."
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Even among couples who have been married 20 years or longer, many showed neural activity in dopamine-rich regions associated with reward and motivation, particularly the VTA, in line with those early-stage romantic love studies. In a 2012 study in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, participants showed greater brain activation in the VTA in response to images of their long-term spouse when compared with images of a close friend and a highly familiar acquaintance. Study results also showed common neural activity in several regions often activated in maternal attachment, including the frontal, limbic, and basal ganglia areas. 041b061a72