We have moments of unmistakable clarity when we know that love is love, and that we are part of it, the force for good. Those moments make the impossible possible, probable, inevitable. Those are the moments we want to embrace and nurture. Those are the moments we want to build a life on.
Those are the moments that are real, not the moments of ill-founded fear. Let’s shake off our human doubts and act on our spiritual knowing.
Let’s act on love. And let’s delight in every moment of it.
Love smiles,… More
Abundance is an attitude. Fear drains it. But love sustains it.… More
Try this: Sit quietly by yourself, free of distractions. Solitude can be as elusive as healing; but they’re almost synonymous. Now pick up a pen with your left hand (or your right hand if you’re left-handed) and begin to write about the matter in question.
“My right hand is my grown-up hand — a writer’s hand, a minister’s hand — but when I wrote with the left hand, I found that what tended to come out was as artless and basic as the awkward scrawl it came out in. It was as if some of my secrets had at last found a way of communicating with me directly,” says Frederick Buechner in Telling Secrets, his wonderfully rich memoir.
So, find solitude, but try not to be too grown up about it. Try not to intellectualize. And don’t be afraid. You can trust what comes out to be a loving step toward a happier you.… More