Love him and love him good. Love him in such a manner that you’ll forever be in his psyche, memory, thoughts and innermost passions. Make his toes curl. Love him with intention. Love him and love him well.
A deep love, is one that is not dependent on anything externally. It’s one where a soul connection transcends all expectations.
Real love feels good and uplifting – not jealous or anxious, and does not compromise who you are as a person.
So what if, part of our learning to love ourselves is connected to other things… Like learning to love others, as ourselves and it is leading us to remember…Who we were as spiritual beings with the ability to LOVE EVERYONE…
The trick is to remove everything that is not love from within us so that we can reveal the love that we are.
We are all worthy of being loved. We have to discover for ourselves what love really is, but we won’t find the truth of love in the mainstream narrative.
Here’s the thing — this emptiness, this nothingness. There is actually a wholeness to it, a purity of life. Some call it unconditional love.
What’s the point of love? I’m not asking this to set you up as the troubled lead in a rom-com who, after a series of montages, will eventually learn to open his heart and love again. I’m seriously asking: Why do we love?
Where there is unlimited giving & receiving of love in a relationship, both of you know your best friend is always there to help you through times of stress & to share your moments of triumph.
The ability to both give and receive love is the most important aspect of a relationship. This is the kind of love that can withstand the worst problems life can throw @ you. It will often mean giving way on a point of argument, or sacrificing a path or something you want, and it always…