To whom does greater glory accrue? To the one who compels another to love him, or to the one who is loved by another by the other’s own free choice? Do I receive greater glory if I compel a woman to marry me (even if I am somehow able do so in such a way that she believes she is freely choosing to marry me), or if a woman chooses to marry me by her own free choice (that is, her choice is such that she could either choose to marry me or choose not to marry me)? I can find nothing glorious in compelling another to love oneself. In fact, I think it is altogether inglorious and indeed an impossibility, as necessitated love is not love at all. But I can think of no greater glory than the glory of being freely loved by another.