Does your capacity to love lessen, if you are not loved back? This is a theme that has been analyzed for centuries. Books have been written; movies have been made; poetry has been penned on this very subject: If you are hurt by love, do you love less or do you maintain your own level of compassion? Who reading this blog has not been rejected or wounded by love? And equally so how many have been the ones to reject someone’s love or wound them either intentionally or not? For the advancement of our souls it is imperative that we know both sides of love: The bliss and beauty and the loss and sorrow. The more advanced our spiritual walk, the stronger we are in love. If you have been hit hard by love in your life, please maintain the sense of who you are and keep the light of the Holy Universe around you. If you currently have been the one to hurt another, please remember to maintain your level of compassion. The thread of love runs deep in most human’s souls and if we are on this planet yet again to learn our lessons, let us do so with the knowledge and understanding that we are one giant link with all of humanity.
Do not feel guilty if you have been the one to walk away from love, if indeed you were being true to yourself. And do not be distressed if someone rejected you, they may have given you life’s special gift: The chance to find true love.
And so onward and upward we go in this fragility we call life. May you be blessed this day knowing you are strong enough to endure the greatest gift of all: The ability to love another human being and the possibility that you may one day lose that love.