A 50-minute detour from 1 Corinthians 13:4 of the New Covenant to have a close look into a few biblical passages that are based on the Hebrew word “Ahavah” and its three-letter root “Ahav,” which is derived from “Yahav” – Yud Heh Vet.This term in Hebrew refers to untying a load of anxiety or worry, caring about someone’s needs, or bearing someone’s weight as well as to loosen or untie a heavy burden that might be weighing another person down. This three-letter Hebrew root presents us with a two-letter “parental” command which is spelled as Heh Vet – ?? and means “Give!” It is a term found in Hebrew scripture at Proverbs 30:15, Daniel 5:17, and Genesis 30:1, among many other places.