Love is the infinite which is given to the finite. Therefore, we love in others, for we do not merely love others, but we love the Love that is in them and which is more than their or our love. In mutual assistance what is most important is not the alleviation of need but the actualization of love. Of course, there is no love which does not want to make the other’s need its own. But there is also no true help which does not spring from love and create love. Love, not help, is stronger than death. But there is no love which does not become help. It is love, human and divine, which overcomes death in nations and generations and in all the horror of our time. Love is stronger. It creates something new out of the destruction caused by death; it bears everything and overcomes everything. It is omnipresent and here and there, in the smallest and most hidden ways as in the greatest and most visible ones, it rescues life from death. It rescues each of us, for love is stronger than death.