Overtime what’s always there will be taken for granted?
Well, what is always there, is there no matter what.
Do I notice what is there?
When I don’t notice "what is always there," it, is there anyway.
Often enough what is always there- fades into the background. As a human being it is how I learn or remember to "reconnect to what is always there."
"What is always there" is like my breathe...always supporting me, yet unnoticed during much of the course of my day.
"What is always there" and "how I love" is reflected in all my relationships. Yes, in all my relations with everything. And everything is a relationship or relatedness.
I just have to ask myself how do I treat those who don’t seem or appear in my perception to offer me anything?
How do I treat those whom I claim to love so much?
How do I allow others to relate to me?
The golden rule applies here. What I do to others, I do to myself. And what I do to myself, I do to others.
I manifest love just like anyone else because I am love.
Sometimes, however, I may not honor the love that manifests.
Honoring love -starts with myself. I have many lessons in ways to honor my heart.
Simple and sincere questions allow my truth to emerge. I just have to be willing.....
Willing to listen to my heart. Truly listen to the truth and then trust I am brave enough to choose Love. Be willing to overcome my fear - that keeps me from choosing Love.
Next opportunity, I am willing to choose Love trusting in my own strength. Love is always the answer that brings freedom and joy. Joy of overcoming fear. Freedom of being aligned to my truth. Regardless of what outcome I hope for - Love frees me so I have no regret.
Stuck as I go in circles.
That, too can be a lesson in gentleness and kindness to myself.
What is always there -is always patient.
Patiently, I realize I have not honored “what is always there,” in my heart.
When I do not express my truth in the moment, I am not being like "what is always there."
It is loving to speak up when someone says something that seems hurtful. It allows me to check my perception and it gives the other a chance to express themselves as well.
It is also loving to acknowledge when I say or do something that is out of integrity with my best self.
What is always there--loves me always.
I do not have to “hold on,” to the outer manifestation of love out of fear, rather out of reverence for love. Love remains in me - just as what is always there.
Out of fear, I cling.
Out of reverence, respect and honor, I allow love to be in my life "as is," and for as long as it wants to be in my life.
I ask myself, if I am able to allow things to be as they are or if I have agendas to satisfy my desires or to ease my fears?
Out of fear, I developed patterns, that can keep me from allowing what is.
“What’s always there” is accepting always and in every way.
What is always there, is there. That is comforting.
Fear is not accepting nor comforting. Fear says, there is something to protect from. In some manner, I need reassurance. Maybe, reassurance that the future is safe. Reassurance "that," will not leave me. Do I need to know you will love me tomorrow, so I can love more freely today?
Am I able to see how blessed I am?
Beautiful, Strong, Loving... me sees the truth within. I am very blessed by the depth of my heart.
I don't have to imprison myself by using an object of my love to keep fear alive.
Love is in the Now.
And so, I failed to commit?
Overtime, I stop committing to loving out of fear.
I developed inner conflict about Love and what I wanted?
I can have compassion for the hurt me -- fearing being hurt or anticipating hurt.
I'm getting back to being in integrity with my deepest truth.
How do I know? When what I say, do, and think are aligned.
No muddled waters, just crystal clear water.
The truth is I am very committed to Love. True Love.
What’s always there is unconditional.
Gratitude attracts more of what I want. Question is, am I wholeheartedly thankful for what is in my life?
I can tell by asking myself:
How long do I retain love’s outer manifestation?
First, have I taken for granted my breath, my body, my heart, my mind, my whole existence? Second, is there anyone in my life I have taken for granted?
Have I been able to truly and fully love that which comes my way?
I have done my best like everyone else.
Still, I can always stretch a little more.
Do I give love to get love?
Or, do I give regardless and wholeheartedly?
Do I give generously from my heart or do I give to the extent that I think I will receive?
Because, if I think to give, then, it will be stingy and/or with strings attached.
What I know is that “we” are wired for love.
In a journey to unlearn fear.
My great reminder of love as fearless is:
the totally of “what is always there,” in every fearless heartbeat and breathe.
What is always there is always loving.
So I ask myself is my sense of self or my self-esteem based out of helping others...?
“What is always there” doesn’t approve of me because of what I do for a living or who I help,...
“What is always there” doesn’t need me to show it, that I have value.
However, how acknowledging, am I of “what is always there,” in what I perceive all around me?
Can I perceive what’s facing me as loving?
How does “that,” which I perceive- reflect love?
If I’m not perceiving love, then, am I simply misperceiving or unaligned in my own love?
I am not always unconditionally loving, as I am on earth to evolve to be fully loving.
Fully loving of myself, as of others.
Trust and faith in what is always there brings calm in the midst of any trial. Truly knowing that "what’s always there," is unconditionally loving is peace.
“What is always there,”is always there for us all. Really?!?
All, truly One--even when it seems all is separate.
Everything interwoven and interconnected.
Beautiful strings of Love so easily overlooked....
"What is always there...."
Have you overlooked what is always there?
Are you really honoring love in thought, word and deed?