Journey To The Truth About Love

My journey of finding out the truth about love has been life changing.

I guess I knew little about the how and the why of it because I picked up all these false beliefs along the way from the world we live in about what love looks like.

I had love categorized into the intimacy kind of love, family love and friendship love.

Forget acquaintances or strangers, I didn’t understand that I could love them as well, that everyone was deserving of love for free just because they existed.

Because our true nature is love, it’s something we inherently already are.

Maybe love is not something to understand is it just something to be.

A flower does not think about how to bloom, nor understand why, it just blooms.

When I speak of how I love others now, independent of who they are or what they do, I can see the looks on those who do not understand as I at one time did not.

Love is not something to possess or to be deserved.

Love is not something that exists to be dependant on how you make me feel, what you give to me, how you affect me nor has anything at all to do with me.

It just is all on it’s own.

The only kind of real love that exists is unconditional love.

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It’s Time

I spent my whole life wishing I could just be like everyone else but never quite getting there.

Now, the furthest thing from my wish is wanting to be like everyone else.

I want to think, act and live out of the box.

The box is used to contain us and keep us from ultimate enlightenment and higher consciousness.

One of the main reasons I never felt like others is that I saw what others couldn’t see.

I didn’t know at the time that it was truth that I was seeing but those around me couldn’t.

There needs to be those of us who will withstand the criticism and backlash from those who do not understand and are stuck in their own separate reality, cut off from our creator.

Some of us need to find the courage to shine a light on the darkness.

It is time to come forward and share the message of truth.

It’s time to stand for something.