While love is the answer, your willingness to learn to be love in every moment is the key.

On April 15th, 2015, posted in: Spiritual, TheHeart by | 5 Comments

 

 

While love is the answer, your willingness to learn to be love in every moment is the key.

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While having an open heart to those who are different than you is an answer, your willingness to love who you are, self-love, is the foundation for doing the rest.

 

While having a relationship can be what you want, your willingness to move in life AS relationship is what heals your personal life and that of all residents of this world (or any other, for that matter!).

 

While being a genius can seem the answer, your willingness to learn from any person, place, or thing, is true intelligence and begets wisdom.

 

Let our moments of existence be an ever-expanding expression of the Mystery that created it all.

 

 

5 Responses to “While love is the answer, your willingness to learn to be love in every moment is the key.”

  • Carl says:

    Our willingness to Love and be ourselves–feeling that expressed here touches me. Events or ideas that I have of myself come and go continually. So may I have more of this sense of personal willingness–it feels distinctly relaxing.

  • Janice Mastroianni says:

    Thank you for simplifying in five sentences the importance of loving oneself and the effect on the world around us. Remaining open to receiving reminders from all levels of existence is magic indeed. My wish is to bring this depth of understanding as I live my days and put myself out in the world. Thank you.

  • Jenny Lynn says:

    I love feeling these statements. They inspire and support my movements toward change.

  • Alisa Dowell says:

    This is a beautiful to read and to remember throughout the day. It relaxes my heart to feel these words.
    I loved this, “Let our moments of existence be an ever-expanding expression of the mystery that created it all”
    Thank you for this post! http://radiantrefresh.com/blog/

  • Christine says:

    Feeling your words is thought-provoking. I can feel how “knowing” something can override learning.
    Your words are humbling.

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