Love is the Answer. Hello Everyone, I hope you are well. I will share why I think Love is the answer to everything you do in life in today’s post. Happy New Month guys, we in the month of Love. I think we all deserve some love this month. January was a good month for me. I am grateful for the many opportunities, and I pray February to be the same. I will be dedicating this month’s post to journal about ‘Self-love’, so be sure to look out for that. It is also my daughter’s 7th Birthday on Sunday. And we are having a lockdown birthday party at home, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to view what we got up to. Y ‘all know I am very emotional when it comes to her birthday and I want every year to be special for her. But it is something to look forward to.
Love Is The Answer (Sounds Trite But It’s True)
It’s all about Love.
It may seem trite to say, but it is true.
Love is where it’s at.
What do you want to do in life? It goes easier with Love in your heart.
Want better relationships, or better family life? Make sure Love is in your heart.
Are you trying to do a better job at work? Do it with Love.
Are you trying to make a difference in anything? Start by finding Love.
Is there pain in your life that needs mending? Love is what heals.
Are you lonely; still looking for that special someone? Love will find a way.
Love is so often forgotten or overlooked in a world of pain and anguish, of seemingly endless problems and crises. In times of national emergency, does anyone advocate Love and forgiveness? And how often do you remember to keep Love in your heart for the person you face when faced with interpersonal conflict?
This, of course, is not to say that Love alone will solve all problems. But it is to say that all approaches to any situation will always resolve quicker and more comfortable and lead toward healing when Love is consciously present.
Violence does not stop the violence; it only breeds more violence. Period. The scars born of violence do not go away; instead, they fester and return in kind.
Love dissipates violence.
Not always immediately, but still eventually. This is why the most potent advocates for peace are the most vocal advocates for Love. We need only look at leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. They both advocated nonviolent protest and loving the enemy, to see that armies may be conquered. Systematic repression can be stopped with the use of long-term campaigns of Love, kindness, and forgiveness.
Again, this is not to say that Love alone is a panacea, a magic pill that cures all. It is only to say that all methods and plans for positive change will always work better when there is an undercurrent of conscious loving energy.
Love is the one thing that is universally revered as being suitable for us all, and yet, with a tragic consequence, it is so often ignored as a technique for change. Indeed, finding and keeping Love in our hearts is the only way to consistently promote and effect healing, on both a personal and a national level.
It is fear that drives us to violence, as individuals and as nations. It takes courage to look beyond that fear and consider that forgiveness and acceptance are necessary elements in any healthy relationship, whether between two people or between two cultures. Fear pushes away; Love brings together.
Love is the universal element that can be used in any situation where positive change is needed. It is not the only element but is the element that can be used anytime, anywhere.
Love is the answer.
I hope you enjoyed the post.