Falling in love is funny, right? It can happen after some period of time with obvious signs, or it can happen instantly without any warning or without you knowing why you even in love with some people.
Some people is in love with the best person for them, and also in the best circumstances. Those people won’t have that much problem compared to another set of people who is in love with the worst person despite the circumstances, or in love with the best person in the worst circumstances.
In fact, let’s talk about those person who falls in love with the best person (in their minds) in the worst circumstances ever. For example, when you’re in love with a married person. You might see that the person is a good person, and many other qualities you are blinded by. But of course the circumstances are the worst. Since these things REALLY happen everywhere already, let me just highlight one thing: it’s not a sin. Being in love with another person is never a sin. It’s a feeling, you can’t help it. I get it.
But the love expressions are often problematic. When your love turns into yearning, you want to have the person, but you can’t. Or when you think you’re better than his/her spouse and your love, again, turns into yearning, you want to have the person, but you can’t. Or when your love turns into other things than love, but the bottom line is: you. want. to have. the. person. but. you. just simply cannot. Then you do all sorta stuffs to BE with them.
Like maybe you lie some lame lies. Maybe you try to sabotage the person’s relationship with his/her spouse.
So bottom line, (wrong) Love is not a Sin, of course. But those lies certainly are. Sabotaging other people’s lives are. And doing these stuff, just sends you to a whole new low level.