Be Love, For All
Because All, Is Love
A great teacher inspired me recently to try being love, instead of being in love with. It is so easy to get wrapped up in loving someone or something, or the way they make us feel, but in getting wrapped up we forget that being love is the exercise. When your right hand passes something to your left hand, it doesn't need to remind itself that it's the right hand, and it doesn't look for a thank you from the left hand - it just acts. That's how being love differs from being in love: there are no agents, only helpful and loving action. In unconditional love, there doesn't need to be a giver or a receiver, there doesn't need to be a thank you or reciprocity. All there is, is as much love as we can be in that given moment.