“We know in our deepest heart of hearts that unconditional love is somehow more true – more fundamental, more real, more radical (at the root) – than hate, which always seems to be confused, deluded, reactive, divisive and false. Love breeds love, and hate breeds hate. We all experience this.”
The Espirational topic for this month is Divine Love. Experiencing the love of God is easy compared to extending that love to others, but it is what we are called to do. It is also the first step to healing our world.
As our quote for today says “love breeds love.” If we want to bring positive change and healing to our world we must think, speak and act from a place of unconditional love. It’s time to stop thinking of fighting for or against things and instead start loving a world that works for all in to being.
So how do we do this? A good place to begin is to take a good look at our thoughts, words and actions. Do they come from a place of kindness and unconditional love or something else, like fear?
Is this difficult for you to put into practice? I hope someone else besides me said yes. But if we are going to heal the great divide in our world the only way to do it is to live within the unconditional love of God and extend that love to others, letting “love breed love.”
It all starts with changing the way we see and relate to one person. Who is one person you can offer the unconditional love of God?