Dear (Admired) Person
We call a person that is in our heart a dear (admired) person.
Children, parents, brothers, sisters, close friends and lovers are dear persons.
They can also be people of a certain nation, religion, profession, city
or generally something or someone particularly dear to us.
People are quite sensitive towards their dear ones.
An insult, irony and generally speaking, the negative features of person B towards us or
our dear person A create negative emotions towards person B.
The problem arises if, for example, a person is not on good terms with his/her partner’s important people: parents, siblings.
This can lead to a sharp decline of love. This may lead to the “greatest of sins”: an adultery committed with the heart.
“Adultery in the heart is the greatest sin”.