Really what the hell are we all frantically seeking?

Love doesn’t come in measurable bits. When love comes in measurable bits, it can’t really be love. So abundance is an essential quality of love. Abundance also shows us how much love we allow ourselves to accept in our lives. When we feel unworthy, we believe we deserve only so much love and this is reflected in our lives.

On the flipside, the way we allow ourselves to accept love comes from knowing that love is in our lives right here and now. So what can we learn about quality of our lives when what we want (and try to measure) is already and completely in our lives?

Not much.

We may feel that love is in our lives and we may also feel that an essential quality of love is abundance… so really what the hell are we all frantically seeking?

Could it be the time for me to stop seeking and start feeling what is already here?

What would you do?

1 thought on “Really what the hell are we all frantically seeking?

  1. Catherine White

    For so many years I didn’t feel love, or loved, even from my children. It’s only this year, my dark well has begun to feel or see the light of love.

    I don’t understand how it is we don’t feel that which is there, but the invisible barriers are very real. Sometimes it’s not as simply as saying today I will be loving, give out love and not expect anything back. After all, we can’t give that which we haven’t received.

    Being a parent sucks … even when they are adults, they remain your children, so the returned love is conditional.

    But at least now I can feel the love of my children, which is more than what I could say as recent as twelve months ago.

    Beautiful blog David.

    Reply

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