Amor de Casal
Nevertheless let every one of you so love his wife as his own self; but let the wife reverence her husband.
and with all these charity, which is the girdle of perfection.
So it becometh husbands to love their wives, as their own bodies. For he who his wife loveth, himself he loveth.
For no man ever hated his own body, but nourisheth it, and taketh care of it; so also the Meshiha (taketh care) of the church.
Wherefore they were not two, but one body. That, therefore, which Aloha hath conjoined, man shall not separate.
4 LOVE is patient and benign; love envieth not; love is not tumultuous, nor inflated;
5 it acteth not with unseemliness, nor seeketh its own; it is not angry, nor thoughtful of evil;
6 it rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth.
7 It endureth every thing, believeth every thing; it hopeth all, endureth all.