Ambivalence and experience

FAITH AND MUSIC. I’m ambivalent about the album Love is Reality by Al Green. Released in 1992, I gravitated towards the album at first because the cover attracted me, it was the expression on the face and the alluring hues.

Recently, I’ve played Love is Reality again, and found it did not cut the mustard theologically speaking but on a personal note I found it encouraging. This is a soul album after all. A certain moment resonated from the album at a certain time in my personal experience of life.

I’m still ambivalent, though.

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