It occurred to the Bear that during the course of a long marriage, it is possible that even a faithful Catholic husband or wife might experience an attraction to a person other than his or her spouse. Certainly the divorce rate would suggest so. The devil is ever active.
Are we slaves to our desires and attractions, which seems to be the unspoken assumption of just about everyone, or can we, though perhaps with difficulty, say "no" to them? Or must "who we love" always win out?
Please vote. The Bear has no way of knowing who voted or not, so it is completely anonymous. Be honest. The Bear wants to know if "who we love" argument must always win, or if there are heroes who were tempted and resisted.
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