In the Hindu religion, Kama is both the divine personification of sensual desire, and one of the four goals of life, indicating the necessity of sensuality in a well-rounded spiritual life.
As the Hindu god of love, Kama speaks to the ability of the divinity to absorb aspects of sexuality rather than hide from it. Kama's place in the Hindu pantheon is parallel to that of the Greek god, Eros and the Roman god, Cupid, all of whom are gods of love.
Sexuality is a vital aspect of human relationships. The Unification Church teaches that sexuality is properly experienced in the context of marriage, which represents God's ideal on earth and in heaven.