Love isn’t a competition … unless it’s a competition in loving more.
“… love one another with mutual affection; outdo one another in showing honor.”
You’re probably familiar with a program called “Antiques Roadshow” if you’ve spent any time watching public television. It started in England, and many of the shows are still filmed there. But they also have an American version.
The premise of “Antiques Roadshow” is simple: a team of antiques experts sets up shop in a convention center. They invite people to search their attics, safe-deposit boxes and basement corners for their most treasured family heirloom, then bring it in to be appraised.
The program is composed of brief, one- and two-minute segments. One of the experts looks over a person’s treasure, searching for a maker’s mark or telltale design feature that identifies it as genuine. Then, we get to watch the expression on the person’s face as the expert declares the item’s value — or if...
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