Love is Everything

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Many of my recent postings have focused on the many aspects of love. There is a good reason for that besides its obvious importance in our spiritual growth. Of the more than 3200 typewritten pages from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, more than half of them make some reference to love. They say, if we do nothing else but practice brotherly love we have the kingdom of God before us. The follow is another of there statements on the subject of love:

The Council: Love is everything that you can imagine that is good. It is the desire to make whole another individual by filling in all the cracks and crevices, all the holes, all the broken edges that life may have chipped away. Fill your mate with love, help that person to bloom and your reward will be one of the finest thrones ever imaginable by the mind of man in the heavens above. Speak of garlands -- Complete one individual with your love, make one individual feel secure and happy and you wear the greatest crown possible. Love and commitment are the essence of creation. The Divine Presence when He brought all this, as you understand, into being, the motivating wish behind your creation was a Love that would be full and complete, a commitment to provide every opportunity possible for you as one of His children, as one of His creations, to be totally secure and full and complete, enveloped in the purest of all loves. You, as you are now, cannot create or give in the same quantity as this Divine Essence can but you can come very, very close in quality, and this can be achieved very simply by thinking about the person you profess to love, thinking about them before you think about yourself.

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bonya basu's picture

Thank you!

Thank you David!
So simple and beautiful!
I find most of your postings are sweet
flavour of Spiritual binding....

bonya basu | Tue, 06/12/2012 - 19:04