The word, ‘Love’ has been used so much that often its power is diluted. We use it as the right thing to say in a speech or the right weapon to use when you want someone to submit to us. Perhaps the real power in the word is that love is so large. Which might lead us to a question, ‘Why do I play so small?’ Love is large and it has the capacity to remove any limitation of race, creed, religion, or language.
The question then is, ‘When we speak of love, do we return to the awareness of a sacred soul contract, first beginning with the self, then to God, and then funneling out to others?’ If we cannot love and accept ourselves by means of sacred acceptance, will it ever be possible to love God and others from the depth of our own beings, where love resides? Love is so large; it is sacred. It holds no limits. It flows. It cannot and will never choose one over another. I have made it my life’s mission to “love everyone the same;” a challenge that has riveted my every being. I have done so because I clearly realise that in achieving that, I will become deeply aware of the beautiful power of love. It will be more than just a word, but an awareness through which I can truly please God and myself.