Love Is

Love is infinite and unconditional.  Tolerance and harmony go hand in hand.   Taking a day of rest can give your emotional health a boost.  All of these things are true.  What is also true is that sometimes, you will have a bad day.  Something will go wrong.  Someone will say something wrong.  The sky will be the wrong shade of blue.  Monks around the world spend lifetimes trying to figure this out or find the point where this is not true.

None of this leads to a point though where you should forget about all of the proceeding.  Love, trust, tolerance, patience, harmony…they all exist and help the individual as well as the society reach towards something more than simply breathing and eating.   There are days when jealousy, envy, anger, sorrow, or fear replace, for a time, that feeling of oneness with the universe.  It is on those days that we, as luminous beings, must remember that deep down inside we are unique, special, and capable of all of the great heights of life.

Further, it is important to realize that there are those out there that love us back.  That are standing beside or behind us, lending strength on a regular basis.  These beings, through their own choice and free will, have decided that this is where they shall spend their strength.   This, like many other things, is an expression of love.  Everyone…man, woman, child…is capable of love as long as the heart is allowed to be open and flow with the energy of the universe.  Love is.

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