“We crave what we deprive ourselves of,,,”
There’s a phenomenon sweeping across at the very least…our society.
“Deprivation of love is poisonous to the spirit…”
How many of our social disconnections could be improved, without unintentional consequences…with more love?
I’m not trained in any scientific discipline concerning psychological analysis, I merely speak from personal observation, when I reflect upon what my observations suggest to me.
Love soothes the rough edges of the suffering life causes. We crave this comfort for our troubled hearts to ease the struggles from simply being human. It’s much more than procreation of our species. It’s a relief mechanism for social friction.
“Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.”
Love is so much more than just the feelings we get from being adorned by another person. Love is an outlook on the life we lead. There’s no finite limit to ones capacity for sharing the love inside the heart. Such scarcity is contradictory to the abundant reality of how love works. Love elevates the overall quality of a life…any life.
“Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.”
A single physical gesture changes the entire complexity of our being. The effects from this adjustment of the mouth and eyes, shares something with every other human we encounter. Why would you ever ration such a powerful proposition to the world at large? Fear of failure shouldn’t be applied to these matters of the heart, for even if it’s rejected by most people you encounter, the light within you shines brightly.
“Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs.”
~ William Shakespeare~
It’s lonely being an individual. The sense of self can isolate us into beings of doubt. Trust is offered, then neatly tucked away whenever it becomes cracked or broken by another. The pain of such betrayal lingers until we find the courage to offer it again. Imagine a life, where you did this with all your feelings. Hardly seems worthy of attempting, does it? What if we opened our hearts to everyone, and kept our anger as we do our love…sequestered for safe keeping❤️