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True virtue has no limitations, but moves on and on, and particularly holy charity, that is the virtue of virtues, and which with a definite thing, would become infinite if it could meet with a soul capable of infinity. -St. Francis de Sales It is by the course of love, which is charity, so which God draws near to man, and man to God. However, where charity is not located, God can't dwell. If, then, we have charity, we possess God, for "God is Charity" (1 John 4:8) -St. Albert the Great The emotion of charity excels during Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. Each character shows love and charity differently to numerous folks. Charity may also be known as "love" by the several translations of this King James Bible. Jesus Christ imitates the ideal way to state charity. His example represents the perfect way for folks to demonstrate the feeling of love in their heart to the others around them. Jean Valjean knows the profound emotions felt if the urge to love others persists in one's heart. Valjean initially felt this appetite especially within his own family. Even during his years in prison, he lost it. In striving to feed his starving family by stealing a loaf of bread, then Valjean earned himself "two years" in prison. "He entered in 1796 for having broken a pane of glass and also taken a loaf of Bread" (Hugo 86). Valjean adored his family so dearly that he risked rotting in jail instead of seeing them starve. He shows pure charity inside this act, without a sane person, would hazard his life to others, unless his motivations lie in appreciate. Then love "bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things." (1 Corinthians 13:7) Valjean perfectly illustrates the infinite steps people will take from l.. .