I love my friends who send me so many inspiring things. Here is another one that I have to share, it took me a while to read it (notice a theme here??) finally got around to it and I am loving it.
I do a lot of work with “Unconditional Love” meaning love without conditions on it, and I am a total proponate for the energy of that and using it in healing and meditation. The following quote though, takes a different perspective on the whole thing and it was wonderful to read. I really resonated with it and it was like a breath of fresh clean air full of possibility and promise.
So here I am once again passing on the good stuff to you (whoever you are) my lovely readers.
If I don’t have to post great long posts perhaps I will get more in the habit of posting more often (one of my intentions)..
BTW I have no idea from whom the quote springs, if I did I’d definitely mention it (it reminds me personally of Rob Brezny but I have no idea if he is the author of it). In any case it came to me in this condition and in this condition I send it your way.
Update: I just found out today (the day after Valentines Day) that the author of this lovely quote is author Courtney A. Walsh…thank you Courtney for writing this!
Many many blessings!
Subject:Great quote, “dear human…..messy love”
“Dear Human: You’ve got it all wrong. You didn’t come here to master unconditional love. That is where you came from and where you’ll return. You came here to learn personal love. Universal love. Messy love. Sweaty love. Crazy love. Broken love. Whole love. Infused with divinity. Lived through the grace of stumbling. Demonstrated through the beauty of… messing up. Often. You didn’t come here to be perfect. You already are. You came here to be gorgeously human. Flawed and fabulous. And then to rise again into remembering. But unconditional love? Stop telling that story. Love, in truth, doesn’t need ANY other adjectives. It doesn’t require modifiers. It doesn’t require the condition of perfection. It only asks that you show up. And do your best. That you stay present and feel fully. That you shine and fly and laugh and cry and hurt and heal and fall and get back up and play and work and live and die as YOU. It’s enough. It’s Plenty.”