This just in: C.S. Lewis is the man.
The Four Loves is Lewis’ treatise on four categories of love: affection, friendship, eros (wink, wink), and charity. It is, for Lewis, typically insightful, typically profound, and typically compelling.
It’s a short book, but dense. And like I tend to do with Lewis books, I marinated in every page, soaking in the wisdom, wishing I had that kind of understanding of the human condition. If you want to know what makes people tick, don’t study psychology; study C.S. Lewis.