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Love Is: A Year-Long Experiment of Living Out 1 Corinthians Love by Kim Sorrelle is an exploration of living a life of love pursuant to one of the most profound thoughts written on the subject in Corinthians. The book is divided into fourteen chapters that are titled according to how 1 Corinthians defines love. Beginning with Love is Patient, the author expounds on the idea of what patient love is and how it influences the moments when it is present. It then ends with a chapter on Love Always Perseveres that gives reasons why true love never gives up. All the examples given are based on hands-on experiences and observations by the author, and she ends every chapter with a short prayer—devotional acts with deep, personal meaning that you can use to uplift your heart and mind.
Kim Sorelle walks her talk as she crosses cultures from the United States to Haiti to affirm her epiphany on what makes God an ideal definition of love. Sorelle is not a love expert, but like everyone else, she knows a thing or two about love from its universality and timelessness. She also has a healthy understanding that it can hurt. I like how she puts a semantic play on the words to come up with profound ideas. When she writes that you can be lovesick, loveless, and lovely, she gives you a digestible concept of love, an idea that for most scholars and intellectuals has a great deal of structure. So what is love really? If you prefer an experience-based explanation of the subject with spiritual leanings, reading Love Is could help.