I want to know whether the sentence one should love everyone's wife is correct grammatically or not.
I think it's grammatically correct but meaning differs from the sentence
One should love one's wife.
My friend has been arguing with me that you shouldn't use everyone's in the sentence and you have to use only one's.
I said the former sentence means a person should love everyone's wife whereas the latter sentence means a person should love his own wife and both are grammatical.
I can't see anything wrong with the sentence grammatically.
Can you please tell me if I'm right or not?