Love like you will live forever,
But always recognize your life
Could end momentarily.
When we choose to love, we move into the realm of the timeless, eternity, infinity. An act of love reverberates through all time; past, present, and future. It changes the course of history and impacts destiny. We are who we are by letting loving flow through us and be spread freely.
Sometimes… it is a hug when we have not seen someone in a while.
Sometimes… it is saying, “I love you,” and meaning it to the depths of our being.
Sometimes… it is listening when someone is over-stressed.
Sometimes… it is a fervently lifted prayer.
Sometimes… it is a note to express love and care, with encouragement and inspiration for good measure.
Sometimes… it is a thoughtful gift.
Sometimes… it is an unexpected call, text, or message.
Sometimes… it is a meal, carefully prepared.
Sometimes… it is a visit, out of the blue.
Sometimes… it is anything we can do to express our love and convey how special someone is to us.
If we work, no matter our vocation, we should dedicate our labor to enriching the lives of others with our love and care. If we become cross and out of sorts, we should remind ourselves that we have a sacred duty to minister to every human and animal, and thing, in love. For it is our respectable calling.
If we can bless the world into which we have been placed with love, kindness, gentleness, generosity, encouragement, and inspiration, perhaps we can guide the planet into a better social and economic state. We can do so much to alleviate pain, death, suffering, poverty if we each become love.
Blessings to each of you. May you reach for your dreams and grasp them, so they become your life. May Love strengthen you in all you do.
Do not give up, do not quit, you have not seen what you are striving for yet. God has better things for you than you imagine.
© Jo Ann J. A. Jordan
I had the honor and pleasure to visit here where they cure childhood cancer a while back. Such as this is work of love.
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Beautifully written and so true!
Thank you, Allison, life has been a bit strange, sorry I got back late. I hope you find your way here again.