Love

Pink flower painting

“Love”
To live
One must know love.
To know love, one must give
Freely, graciously, empathy
Your heart.

I thought it seemed needed this week that I simply send out a message of love to the world.

I believe we are approaching a period where love will be the single most powerful thing that each of us can offer to help the world move towards an amazing direction, one of growth and infinite possibilities.

We (humanity) have a lot of challenges ahead—and love is and will continue to be the cornerstone for meeting these challenges.

Love Creates

Love breathes life. Love heals. Love mends. Love teaches. Love is not jealous of thy neighbor; it says, “Love thy neighbor.” Love asks, how can I learn from my neighbor? How can I grow? How can I help my neighbor? How can we work together?

“To heal is to touch with love that which we previously touched with fear.”
~ Stephen Levine

Love doesn’t knock people down. It extends a hand and helps others to rise up. Love embraces. Love comes up with solutions.Love brings light where there is darkness.

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Love is Not Lack

Love is not selfish. Love does not fear the unknown. Love is knowledge. Love is growth. Love is infinite. Love is abundance. Love says, “I am abundant, therefore I can offer an abundance of love to the world.” Love helps feed the hungry and also thinks of creative ways to help its fellow people learn to be abundant, too.

Love Starts with Each of Us

Remember to love thyself so that you can love thy neighbor.Love starts from within and then expands out to the Universe. Love from within and become the most amazing you possible, so that you can give the most amazing love to the world.

 “We must use time creatively, in the knowledge that the time is always right to do right.”
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Let’s shine brightly together as one. We are one race, the human race. As the late and wonderful Bob Proctor would often say,
“You don’t have a soul, you are a soul.”

Live, to Love Life!
~ Brad Rhoades

*If you know someone who could use a “Midweek Motivation” and a bit of inspiration, please share.
Thank you.

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