Who can step above reality’s artificial nature, who can embrace you, no matter how you feel, and make yourself forgive your flaws, your mistakes. Who can make you feel safe and forgiven.
And because questions are actually answers, where can you find Love?
… take some time, feel it, and ask yourself, where can you find Love?
Stop trying too hard. We try too hard. We concentrate too much on the problem of not achieving, of not improving, but here on Earth, you can’t be perfect. If you’re too good there’s high chance of you becoming a stuffed prig and you can get lost, you can’t be too bad either or you’ll be punished. Be halfway. Soft, gentle. To be halfway means to be tolerant, to be respectful of other people rights and respecting your owns. Let yourself be in Love.
When we’re just focusing on being great, we can easily fall into a state of confusion and uncertainty, because we create the need to be great. What’s a great person, a flawless person?
Instead, just fall into the arms of Love. Where are they?
Feel it. That’s where your answer will be.
Each of us has it’s own source, but for everyone it starts by feeling it. Allowing yourself to feel. In letting ourselves relax and melt in Love.
“At bottom the whole concern of both morality and religion is with the manner of our acceptance of the universe. Do we accept it only in part and grudgingly, or heartily and altogether?”