“All You Need Is Love” – Zoodles, Part 4. Chocoodles.

I am repeating one of my favorite posts in honor of the National Cake Day (https://foodimentary.com/november-holidays). Enjoy, Beautiful People!


This might be a difficult concept to understand, but love is an obligation, a duty. This is contrary to the image created by popular culture, from Ancient Greeks and Romans, to Shakespeare, to romantic movies on Netflix.


The mythical Amur, or Cupid, is a cute mischievous child armed with bow and arrows who blindly shoots unsuspecting mortals through their hearts and laughs his curly head off  when they fall in love. A wealth of world art has been inspired by this little prankster. However, Judaism perceives love as “the emotional pleasure a human being experiences when he understands and focuses on the virtues of another human being.” Rabbi Noah Weinberg, the dean and founder of the worldwide educational organization Aish HaTorah, explains that “love, therefore, is overwhelmingly dependent upon how one views another person. If we choose to focus on a person’s virtues, we will love them. If…

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. kelleysdiy says:

    Adorable! Chocoodles! Honey you always delight my tastebuds!!!

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    1. Thank you, darling! I am so glad you like my crazy concoctions!


  2. True love is putting the needs of the other ahead of the needs of the self, and what is love without chocolate?

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    1. Right you are, Mimi! Thank you for a lovely comment!


  3. spearfruit says:

    Great post as always Dolly. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you so much, Gary. Do you know that comments are disabled on your site? I read your post about your post-op issues, and I am concerned! Have you been able to see a doctor?


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