May 8th, 2020
Great love involves great risk. To love anyone, whether that be a romantic partner, family member, a friend, or even a project, cause, or object, calls for us to be vulnerable and willing to open our hearts. Sometimes we get lucky, and the object of our affections returns our love. But we won’t always be that fortunate.
One of the worst feelings in the world is loving someone who doesn’t love you back or can’t express their emotions. Coping by distraction and avoidance is not a solution. It will only stop abundance from flowing into our lives. Loving others is fundamental to being human.
The good news is that unselfish, pure, and genuine love once given, is never wasted because it transforms us. In this post, I explore how we can love from a soul-centered and healthy place and the positive impact it can have on us.