The Future of Love

The Power of Love – Can a Human-Android Be Capable of Love?

The Future of Love extends not only through our human timeline but into an unknown world of possibilities. Might a human android experience real love? 

Love has been a fascinating topic for humans since the beginning of our existence. The first person born on Earth would have experienced love somehow. It is an emotion that can be described differently, and at times it is impossible to shape into words, yet its essence remains the same. It involves feelings of strong attachment, admiration, and care for another individual or a thing. In fact, love draws forth the best inside ourselves and calls forth the best in others.

The rapid and swift growth of technology raises the question of whether an android, a robot itself, can experience love.

According to recent studies, and counterintuitively, people who use emails, messenger, or phones to carry out casual conversations feel a stronger bond than those who choose in-person conversations. Lack of pressure makes it easier to relax, suggesting the possibility that a human might experience a sentimental feeling often equated to love. What are your thoughts on that?

This blog will explore the power of love and whether it is possible for a human-android relationship to experience love.

Defining the Concept of Love

Love is a complex emotion that is difficult to define. Many psychologists and philosophers have tried to explain it for centuries. For some people, there is no clear definition. Yet a definition does exist. The great Catholic theologian and philosopher St. Thomas Aquinas defined love as “the choice to will the good of the other.”

Love bonds individuals through mutual respect, trust, and understanding. But is it just between individuals?

The Power of Love

The power of love shouldn’t be underestimated, as it has the ability to change people’s lives and offers a foundation of joy and happiness. Love is what provides strength to overcome obstacles and face challenges. The power of love is so compelling that it can heal wounds and mend broken hearts. No matter how bad your day can get, coming home to people you love can help you forget negative moments and events.

Love is known to positively affect people’s cognitive and physical well-being. It assists in reducing stress and anxiety, keeping a positive mood, lowering blood pressure, and sleeping with peace and comfort.

NEWEARTH: Justine Awakens by A. K. Frailey

Might humanity create a human android that could experience real love? An android embedded with a human core would be a significant advancement in technological development. Machines are now created and designed in a way that they act, think, look, and behave like humans. They can imitate feelings of happiness, anger, and sadness, but could a human being actually be embedded in android technology? And if so, would be able to experience love?

Of course, at the moment, androids are not capable of experiencing love in the same way as humans. They cannot feel emotions and make personal connections. Their interactions are based on programmed responses and algorithms. But this isn’t the case with Justine. Justine Santana is a human-android, a fictional character in NEWEARTH: Justine Awakens, who was found guilty of war crimes and shut down. But Taug, an alien from the planet Crestar, wanted to destroy Derik, another human hybrid, and awakened Justine to accomplish this difficult task. But who would’ve known she would develop feelings for Derik?

This spectacular novel by A. K. Frailey portrays the possibility of Justine discovering the meaning of love and her own intrinsic humanity. It also suggests that love can transform and bring out the best in individuals, even those perceived to be limited or flawed.

The Future of Love

As technology advances each day, the line between humans and androids may become blurred. With the way that medical technology is developing, the lines between humans and androids may become blurred. Human-androids could even become so advanced that they actually experience emotions like humans. It raises several ethical questions about the nature of love and human-android relationships.

In conclusion, the power of love is a force that can change lives and bring joy. While androids aren’t capable of experiencing love in the same way as human beings, the future may bring changes that we haven’t even considered up to this point. With technological advancements, it is vital to honestly evaluate the ethical implications of human-android relationships and their potential impacts on society. One thing is for sure, Love in all its forms will continue to fascinate humans into an unknown future.

A. K. Frailey is the author of 17 books, a teacher for 35 years, and a homeschooling mother of 8. 

Make the most of life’s journey. 

For novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction inspirational books, check out

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The Future of Love 


“Having read multiple books on sci-fi, I have never come across a read as brilliantly executed as this. Knowing that Last of Her Kind is a prelude to an entire series penned by A.K. Frailey brings me so much joy. 5 stars!” ~Joy Carhartt


“Woah! What a splendid novel… This book is fantastic sci-fi, featuring unique characters. Frailey definitely seems like a well-read individual who knows how to write.” ~Emily Henry


“A Hero’s Crime. The book’s name itself has won everything. Such a great read. Waiting for more from this amazing author.” ~Ruby Rich

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