‘True love nurtures wholeness, granting to the beloved the authenticity and independence of his existence. Creative love does not ask the beloved for his dependency but for his personhood…the eyes of love perceive yet unrealized possibilities…Love, on the one hand, envisions in the beloved the destiny of his life and the promise of life’s fulfillment. Love views the beloved with the eyes of God. Yet love too respects the beloved. He anticipates that the potential will be realized through the other person’s own decision and effort. Love can support, but it does not seek to control, the struggle towards realization.’ , Theology and the Kingdom of God (118-119)