Knowing That We’re Lovable and Loved Revisited

I want to report to you that in the last few months of the blog posts I’ve written “Knowing That We’re Lovable and Loved,” “Slowing Down,” and “Consistent Kindness” were opened the most – and possibly read  :).  They are about loving ourselves and being loved by others.

Photo courtesy of Louise Docker
Photo courtesy of Louise Docker

Since it’s been my own current exploration, I am very curious what it was about “Knowing That We’re Lovable and Loved” – the most recent blog post – that prompted you to open it.

Is it something that’s on your mind and in your heart too?

Were you interested in following the thread with me?

Do have a sense like Rumi that, “Only from the heart can you touch the sky?”

I would love to know, and if you’re willing I would be interested in possibly anonymously publishing a few of them for others to take in.  And to have reinforced that … we’re all in this together, this being human.  This yearning to know that we’re lovable and loved.

If you’d like to share your comments with me but not with others, that’s okay too.  Just let me know.  And if you’d prefer to share about any other blog post that affected you, please do.

Two quotes by Hafiz on this topic that touch me:

The Subject Tonight is Love

The subject tonight is Love And for tomorrow night as well,

As a matter of fact I know of no better topic for us to discuss until we all Die!

It Felt Love

How did the rose ever open its heart

And give to this world all its Beauty?

It felt the encouragement of light against its Being,

Otherwise, we all remain too frightened.

In peace and love, Teresa

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