Saturday, October 29, 2005

Hello Love

When you think about someone you know do you think about how wonderful he or she is or do you see the other as a combination of "good" and "bad" according to your standards?

You say loving someone means accepting someone "warts and all" but is this possible? Are you able to see more of the other and not let your views be distorted by someone's "warts?"

Take someone like Hitler who has a bad press. Surely Hitler had his moments of kindness and was loving? Are you able to see beyond his actions?

If you can go beyond someone's behaviour and see him clearly, there is nothing there but good intentions. Everyone is innately good.

The way I see it, why bother trying to see beyond someone's behaviour or beliefs? Why not just go to the Source or essence. Essence is free of all beliefs, it is pure goodness, it is Love.

In the UK some people use the word "love" as an endearment for everyone they meet whether they are friends, family or strangers. People say "Hello love!" or "You're alright, love?" I guess referring to everyone as Love is acknowledging that in essence we are all the One Love.

Bye Love.